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About Entering the Rental Unit
Entry without written notice
A landlord can enter a tenant’s rental unit without written notice if:
there is an emergency such as a fire,
the tenant agrees to let the landlord in,
a care home tenant has agreed in writing that the landlord can come in to check on their condition at regular intervals.
A landlord can enter a rental unit without written notice, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. if:
the rental agreement requires the landlord to clean the unit – unless the agreement allows different hours for cleaning,
the landlord or tenant has given a notice of termination, or they have an agreement to end the tenancy, and the landlord wants to show the unit to a potential new tenant (in this case, although notice is not required, the landlord must try to tell the tenant before entering for this reason).
Entry with 24 hours written notice
A landlord can enter the rental unit between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., and only if they have given the tenant 24 hours written notice:
to make repairs or do work in the unit,
to carry out an inspection, where reasonable, in order to determine whether repairs are needed,
to allow a potential mortgagee or insurer of the complex to view the unit,
to allow a potential purchaser to view the rental unit (note: the Act also allows a registered real estate agent or broker to enter for this purpose if they have written authorization from the landlord),
to allow an engineer, architect or other similar professional to make an inspection for a proposed conversion under the Condominium Act; or
for any reasonable purpose allowed by the rental agreement.
The notice must include the reason why the landlord wants to enter the rental unit and must state what time, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., the landlord will enter the unit. If the landlord gives the tenant the correct notice, the landlord can enter even if the tenant is not at home....