I am not quite sure what your question may be. Generally, the tenant has the right to full and exclusive use of the rented premises. Therefore, the rules that the landlord is trying to enforce may be a violation of your tenant's right of quiet enjoyment of the rented premises.
Please detail some specific questions and you may be able to alter the present state of living at the apartment.
Is "he" your landlord?
If he's entering the apartment without your permission, you may have a cause of action under MGL 186 s14 or s15B. You should contact an attorney.
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It sounds like you and your landlord have a challenging relationship. It can be difficult living in an owner-occupied building. It sounds like you are interested in terminating the tenancy, but there is no real question here.
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