Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in New York?

This question is about New York Landlord Tenant Rights

Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in New York?

Yes, a landlord in New York may be able to enter an occupied unit without permission because the state does not statutorily limit a landlord’s entry rights. As such, landlords and tenants are required to hash out their own entry standards in their lease agreement. Such an agreement should outline what reasons can justify a landlord entering an occupied unit (such as performing a repair or showing the unit) as well as how much notice must be provided (New York state recommends at least 24 hours).

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