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It doesn’t matter whether they can or not, if they are doing it a case of taking to court to get access.
There is a provision in section 8 for a landlord to give notice to move back into a property if it has previously been his main home and he intends to take up occupation. But he isn’t taking up occupation he is selling.
Assuming the tenant is going to be served with a section 21 notice (which cannot be served within the first 4 months of the tenancy) and if access is needed for viewings, and they will not allow it, it’s an application to court for a court order to compel them to give access and under the circumstances I would ask the court to award costs against the obstructive tenant.
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