- In an EMERGENCY
- When tenant has moved out or ABANDONED the rental unit
- To make necessary or agreed-upon REPAIRS, DECORATIONS, ALTERATIONS, or OTHER IMPROVEMENTS.
- To show the rental unit TO PROSPECTIVE tenants, PURCHASERS, or LENDERS.
- To provide entry to CONTRACTORS or WORKERS who are to perform work on the unit.
- To conduct an initial INSPECTION before the end of tenancy
- If COURT ORDER permits the landlord to enter.
- If the tenant has a WATERBED.
Friday, March 24, 2017
When can Landlord Enter the Unit : California Tenants - California Department of Consumer Affairs
California law states that a landlord can enter their rental unit: