Notice to Enter refers to a notice of a landlord’s intention to enter a leased property for a certain
purpose (such as an inspection or repair). A landlord usually does not have the right to enter a leased
property unless there is an emergency, for example a fire or gas leak, or unless the landlord gives the
tenant proper notice as defined by statute. So long as the proper notice is given, a tenant cannot
refuse entry to a landlord. Some statutes also provide what hours a landlord can enter the premises.