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The landlord can indeed visit and carry out an inspection of the property.
As the property belongs to them, they can take photos of anything of concern. You can ask them not to film your personal items but that may be difficult if they need to take a photo where your items are.
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Yes, that would also apply.
No, they should ask the tenant to move them.
Yes they can, they may be deciding to pass the management of the property to the agent to manage, or could even be looking to market the property.
You would need to look at your tenancy agreement. Then ask the landlord why he has brought this other person. I have already explained possible reasons,
If he is the owner, or in charted that allows him the right
No, please read my previous comments. He may want a second opinion from an expert in property, he may be considering the agent to manage as already explained etc, yes he can bring such a person into his property under such reasons.
You would need to ask him the exact reason for doing so.
Covid regulation do not change this.