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At a minimum, landlords should include language in their lease that allows the landlord to enter the tenant’s premises at any time upon reasonable notice, or without notice in the event of an emergency, in order to examine the premises and make any repairs or improvements landlord deems desirable or necessary.
Tenants should attempt to negotiate language within its lease requiring its landlord to provide a partial or full abatement of rent during any period the landlord is making improvements to the premises and landlord is materially interfering with the tenant’s use and enjoyment of the premises.