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Neither the landlord, nor his property manager has any right to enter the tenant's property once it has been rented. The only time a landlord or his property manager van enter the rental unit is to inspect the property and then, only upon giving the tenant a minimum of 24 hours notice.
By pushing his way into your property for no other purpose than to make unfounded accusations, he breached the warranty of quiet enjoyment which the law implies in every lease. You should send written notice to this individual (with a copy sent to the owner and a copy for your records) that he has breached the lease by his actions and specifically the implied warranty of quiet enjoyment. You should also include in your letter that his accusations were unfounded and unwarranted and if he engages in that conduct again, you will consider this harassment and intimidation, and he will force you to seek legal recourse for his actions and name the landlord also.
The basis for the landlord's liability is founded on the law of agency which makes the principal liable for the acts of his agent when the agent is acting on behalf of the principal.
You do not have to let this individual in your property under any circumstances when he is having fits of anger like this.
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