Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in New York?

This question is about New York Landlord Tenant Rights

New York doesn’t have specific laws regarding a landlord’s access rights, which means the rental agreement usually controls terms of access. Otherwise, a landlord usually can enter without permission in emergencies, and for purposes reasonably related to the tenancy, like maintenance. Since renters have a right to quiet enjoyment of their property, the landlord usually has to provide advance notice before entering.

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