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Do I have to accept viewings ?

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landlord has put house up for sale 1 month into a 6 month agreement 

do I need to accept viewings ? I’ve read I only need do this in the final 21 day period but can’t find a concrete answer 

any advice would be great 

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Take a look at your tenancy agreement as this should be covered in it.If the tenancy agreement doesn’t give the landlord the right to show prospective buyers around when they want to then it’s up to you whether or not to allow it. If the tenancy does give the landlord this right then they must still give you the normal notice – 24 hours – and get your consent (although you won’t normally be able to withhold the consent without good reason). More info here.


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