It all depends on the reason. A landlord has a right to come to make required repairs or maintenance, but they also have to be reasonable with their requests. You can tell him you cannot afford to take off work and he cannot be present without you. This is a difficult situation because he is entitled to a way to make the repairs and you have to find some way to accommodate him ro do so. You do not have to take off work day after day for multiple repairs, that is not reasonable. The only thing to do is work something out that is reasonable, if not refuse to allow him access and give notice that you are moving. If he comes in against your wishes, you can sue for breach of the lease
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