Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Ohio

This is what I need advice on....I am moving out of my landlords property at the end of the month. My landlord called me and wanted to show the house to another person and I told her that on that day....that wouldn't be good for me so she told me that could she show it without me being there and I told her that I don't feel comfortable with a person that I don't know being in my house with out me being there giving the fact that my home had be broken into before just a few months ago. She went on to tell me that it don't matter she is giving me a notice and she will be showing the house with or without me. Is it legal for her to do that even if I told her no?

Asked on 7/12/13, 1:25 pm

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John Sauter Cloppert, Latanick, Sauter & Washburn
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Yes, a landlord has the ability to enter the premises upon giving a tenant "reasonable notice." It is, after all, their property.

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