Right Of Entry Agreement

Unlike leases, licenses generally do not create or grant a legal interest in the country for the licensee. Without a licence, there is no right to the occupation of the property. Sometimes a tenant denies you access. If a tenant does this repeatedly, you can assert your right of entry, provided you do so peacefully. If the tenant is still barring access and you think something is wrong, you may need to take legal action. A license grants a personal right to use the property or part of the property in a certain way. On the other hand, a lease is the granting of a right to exclusive possession of land for a specified period. What is an Entry Permit (ROE)? A1.