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Generally, no, the landlord may own the property, but that doesn't give him or her carte blanche to come and go in your place. A landlord can enter the property in an emergency without notice or permission. For example, if a burst pipe in your apartment is leaking into the unit downstairs, your landlord may enter or send someone from the maintenance crew to enter your home if you’re not there.
Even if your landlord gives you notice, he or she must have a good reason to enter the property. In most cases, your landlord can enter your home:
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