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Ash, Solicitor
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We require access to a property that is rented to gain a valuation

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We require access to a property that is rented to gain a valuation for sale and then to carry out viewings on the property. The tenants is refusing all access even though there is a clause saying they must allow access for such like with relevant notice.
Can the tenant flatly refuse and can they insist on being there for the viewings ?
Alex Watts :

Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.

Alex Watts :

If your tenancy allows for entry then you simply need to give notice as per the agreement.

Alex Watts :

If the tenant refuses you can seek a Court order

Alex Watts :

So in short you are only entitled to access if your agreement allows for it

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I hope that helps

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