No. The landlord can only enter the home without giving you a notice if there is an emergency or if you have "abandoned" the home. Read on to learn what it means to have abandoned your rental.
Usually, your landlord must give you at least a two-day notice before they try to enter the home, such as for a routine repair or inspection.
If the landlord needs to show the unit to someone who wants to buy or rent the place, they are allowed to only give a one-day notice before entering.
Any notice must have the exact time and date or dates the landlord needs to enter. If specific times are not available, the notice can give a range of times if it has the earliest and latest possible hours. The notice must also have a phone number where you can ask to reschedule or refuse the entry.
You cannot unreasonably refuse the landlord entry if there is a legitimate reason they need to come into the home.
The landlord must also respect the tenants' right to enjoy the home without constant intrusion. In addition, the landlord cannot try to harass you by trying to enter the home repeatedly.
If they do this, you can ask them in writing to stop. If they keep entering without a good reason after you ask them to stop, you can ask a court for up to $100 each time they try to take advantage of the right to enter a home.