T moves out one week before end of tenancy - what are LL rights to go in?

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    #16
    Why will it be helpful & empowering for her, if she gave insufficient Notice?

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      #17
      Originally posted by mariner View Post
      if she gave insufficient Notice?
      Where does it say that?
      I cannot find it.

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        #18
        I don't believe T did give insufficient notice.

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          #19
          I guess, where T does give insufficient notice, after reading this thread, I as an LL would be even more careful that I wasn't walking into a T trap by entering early. Mariner, would insufficient notice mean LL could enter property earlier than the expiration of the (short) notice period or indeed the required notice period? I would probably be cautious and not do so.

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            #20
            Originally posted by Conflicted View Post
            would insufficient notice
            If T gives "insufficient" notice (less than 1 month (for monthly periodic), or not ending on last day of tenancy period), then LL is under no obligation to accept it, and it does not end the tenancy UNLESS the LL accepts it (which essentially makes it valid and binding).

            LL has no right to enter the property until the tenancy has ended.

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