My question involves a condominium located in the State of: Florida


My tenant is leaving town for a week and he refuses to let my agent show the place during that periord. The lease will end right after he comes back. The lease agreement has the following clause about the right of entry to show the place. But he keeps asking me what if he got something stolen. Can anyone help? Because I am managing the place myself now and I am not local to the house, my agent refuses to tape the notice to his door for me. It looks like I have to give up these 7 days for the showing right?

RIGHT OF ENTRY: LANDLORD, upon reasonable notice by telephone, hand-delivery or posting to TENANT, has the right of entry to the premises for showing, repairs, appraisals, inspections, or any other reason. LANDLORD has immediate right of entry in cases of emergency, or to protect or preserve the premises. TENANT shall not alter or add locks without prior written consent. If consent is given, TENANT must provide LANDLORD with a key to all locks.

Thank you!