How does Landlord Gain Access for Maintenance/Inspection

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
11 years ago
1. You write a letter to the tenant giving 24 or 48 hours notice, whatever is in your tenancy agreement
2. If the tenant will not allow access you can do nothing. Note your attempt to gain entry and you are covered. Some landlords emply gas fitters who either are sure they cna smell gas or feel the situation is unsafe and the fitter makes a professional decision to disconnect the supply.
Dave A

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