Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Massachusetts?

This question is about Massachusetts Landlord Tenant Rights

Massachusetts law lets a landlord enter for only three purposes: inspections, maintenance, and property showings. Landlords don’t need permission to enter for these lawful purposes, although they do have to enter in a time, place, and manner which don’t disturb the tenant’s peaceful enjoyment of the rental property.

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