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My daughter, a student, has rented a flat weeks via AirNB. All

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My daughter, a student, has rented a flat weeks via AirNB.
All monies were requested to be paid upfront - and paid in full
The "host" - landlord has now decided to sell the property and wants access estate agent to show potential buyers around
My daughter will be in university lectures and cannot be there to oversee.
Is this legally permissible
Thank you question. My name is ***** ***** I will try to help with this.
He is entitled to reasonable access which would include showing prospective buyers the property.
However, he cannot just turn up whenever it suits him. He should not be gaining entry without giving her no less than 48 hours notice by received means. Also, she should have the right to refuse the dates offered and suggest a more convenient time. Generally speaking, the landlord is under an obligation to offer three separate dates and if those are all refused then he can gain entry. Obviously some tenants are unreasonable and would never allow access so there has to be provision . Most tenants are reasonable though and just don't want a viewing when they have a dinner party .
Can I clarify anything ?
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