Under Civil Code Section 1954, the landlord has the right to enter on proper notice for certain specified reasons, including to exhibit the property to potential purchasers.
If the landlord gave proper notice, and wants to enter for one of the reasons allowed under Section 1954, the landlord normally has the right to enter regardless of your wishes and convenience, and you would risk eviction if you failed to cooperate.
Looks like the landlord is giving you notice to enter the property.
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