Unless you are hiding something, why wouldn't you grant them Access?
You should get a local lawyer to further explore your rights and potential liabilities.
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I agree with the previous answer. Unless a statute , lease provision, easement, search warrant, or court order that demands access you do not have to allow it. Just ask them to "cite their authority" that forces the party seeking access to show you how they have the right.
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