right of entry

Definitions of "right of entry"
  1. The authority given by law to assume peaceful control of a piece of real estate
  2. The legal plan to access someone else's real estate for a unique reason, like showcasing the rented property or performing maintenance, without committing a trespass
  3. The permission given to a foreigner to enter a nation, state, or other political region for specific reasons, like education
How to use "right of entry" in a sentence
  1. The lease agreement permits the landlord a right of entry to carry out property inspections.
  2. Under immigration laws, the right of entry is granted to international students for academic purposes.
  3. The tenant was reminded of the landlord's right of entry for property maintenance.

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