We need more information to be able to answer this question. Generally, if you are not in breach of the lease, the landlord should not be able to deny you access to the property.
Good Luck and if you need further information, feel free to contact me.
Sam Mansoor, Attorney
Mansoor Law Firm, PLLC
116R Edwards Ferry Rd NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
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