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Ok. Then you just need to give notice. The tenant can not stop you.
You need to give notice because you are going onto his property (yours) which he is renting
But I am sure your agreement has a clause saying you have a right to carry out works with notice.
Therefore write and say you intend to carry out the works on x date but that you do not require interior access
So yes, you really do have to inform him as the tenant has benefit of the property.
But if he refuses you could seek an injunction
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
I dont understand, not food?
If its a leak you have a right to carry out repairs, but you should give notice.
Yes you can, but you should tell your tenant.
If it is on his land.
Or what he rents
But if it is urgent you can still do it.
But it is out of politeness you are telling him
Does that help?
But he can't refuse
No doubt you have a contractual right in the tenancy agreement
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