Ok - then you simply need to give notice to the tenant for entry
The tenant can NOT refuse to allow entry for photogrtaphs
You can do it as part of an inspection or towards the end of the tenancy
So if there is a right to enter, you can do this
You can't take photos of the tenants personal stuff, so like if a bank statement was on a table etc
But the tenant can't stop you taking photos as you have a right of entry
If the tenant does, you can seek a Court order giving entry and asking the tenant to pay your legal costs
The tenancy agreement gives the parties rights
This is a contract
The tenant is bound
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