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Our out-of-town LL has sold our apartment; the closing date is scheduled for the day after our lease ends. Lease provides for LL access w/ reas notice for the purposes of arranging a future sale.
a) If our LL demands access two weeks prior to our lease end for non-essential repairs to ready the apartment for the closing (patch/paint/etc) plus to remove fixtures (built-in shelves, the bolted-in kitchen island), does that fall under "for the purposes of arranging the sale" and must we allow him access?
b) Is his demand a breach?
c) Can the LL remove fixtures, to which we thought we'd have access for the full lease?
d) If he comes in & does the work & removes the items over our objections, is that trespass & breach?
e) Can we move out in anticipation of the breach & sue for prorated rent?