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They cannot enter the home because the fixed term lease expired.
They cannot enter the home because there is no tenancy agreement in writing. There does not need to be one in writing ever.
And they cannot enter the home unless there is a bone fide reason and appropriate notice is provided in writing.
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The law about when and why I landlord can enter is explained clearly here:
This is a government document so can be relied upon.
If the landlord is depriving you of your right to peaceful enjoyment of your home then you can take the landlord to the residential tenancies dispute branch and not only get him to stop but can possible get an award of damages.
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