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Regardless of what the landlord says, he can't just come around and do occupancy checks as that would interfere with your rights of quiet enjoyment and of sole use and occupancy.
So if you haven't breached the lease in any way, the landlord has no legal grounds to take action against you. If he tries to come around and interfere with you using the property, you can file a formal complaint for harassment and use his emails and actions as evidence against him.
As for the 3rd party, you just need to respond to them stating that if they contact you again you will file a formal criminal complaint for harassment as you do not want any further contact with them.