Viewing Clause vs Right to Quiet EnjoymentMake Text Bigger
Currently renting a property and only a few months into the 12 month contract.
There have been viewings arranged and undertaken for the last several weeks every day (Mon-Fri) and most of the time there are multiple viewings a day.
The AST contains a clause stipulating the following: The tenant shall permit the property to be viewed by prospective tenants with reasonable notice (24 hours) at all reasonable times during the term of the tenancy for the purpose of reletting the property for the following year.
I’m not against allowing viewings, but the frequency and number of viewings is becoming absurd. Does that particular clause over rule my right to refuse viewings under the right to quiet enjoyment; or will I be in breach of my contract if I refuse viewings which have been given the 24 hours notice?
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