Use, Peace & Privacy in a Flat
Everyone wants to be able to use their home in peace and privacy. This can be a bit complicated when the house belongs to someone else. If you’re renting, then you and your landlord both have some rights to use, peace and privacy of the property. Your landlord has to let you use the place reasonably and not prevent you from enjoying it. They also can’t come in whenever they want without your permission, but there are certain situations when you do have to let them come into the house.
These restrictions are contained in the Residential Tenancies Act. They always apply unless you’re not a tenant under the Residential Tenancies Act. It doesn’t matter if less generous terms are in your tenancy agreement, these will still apply.