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Letter to Tenant - Emergency Access to Property

A formal notice to your tenant informing them that you need access to the property. 

Customize this legal download to explain why you need access to the property and what is required. Make sure your tenant knows their rights and responsibilities by providing them with this formal notice. Keep your property and tenant relationship in check with this easy-to-use legal download.


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Notice to Tenants: Emergency Access to a Property

Under the Housing Act 2004, a landlord has the right to access a property under certain circumstances for health and safety reasons.

Why Access is Needed

In the event of an emergency, a landlord may need to enter the property to fix a problem or to make sure the property is secure. In some cases, this may be necessary to comply with relevant health and safety regulations.

When a Landlord Can Enter Without Permission

A landlord can enter the property without permission if they have reasonable cause to believe there is an emergency on the premises.

What Happens if the Tenants Fail to Provide Access

If the tenants fail to provide access, the landlord may take legal action.

Benefits of Using a Template Letter Designed for This Situation

Using a template letter designed for this situation will ensure that the landlord is compliant with all relevant laws and regulations. It will also ensure that the tenants are clearly informed of the situation and are aware of the consequences if they fail to provide access.