Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Tennessee?

This question is about Tennessee Landlord Tenant Rights

Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Tennessee?

By default, Tennessee landlords can enter a tenant’s unit without permission due to a lack of statewide mandatory entry policy. However, some limited exceptions exist, such as a requirement for 24 hours of advance notice when a landlord intends to enter to show the unit to a prospective tenant within the final 30 days of the applicable lease agreement. In all cases, though, permission-less entry is fully permitted when it is used only in emergency situations

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