Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Minnesota?

This question is about Minnesota Landlord Tenant Rights

Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Minnesota?

No, a Minnesota landlord can only enter an occupied unit with “reasonable” notice that also acts as permission to enter. However, the specific terms for such entry (including the reasons why a landlord may request entry as well as how many hours of advance notice they must provide) must be set forth in an applicable lease agreement. This includes emergency situations in which landlords are allowed to enter a tenant’s unit without permission by default.

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