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Can I allow trade person access without Landlord's permission?

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Am I able to allow access to a third party to the proerty without my Landlord’s permission?

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Yes, you don’t need your landlord’s permission to allow access. However, if you are bringing in a tradesperson to make changes to the interiors then you might need the landlord’s permission for that.

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