What is a reasonable amount of tours for a landlord to request after giving 30 day notice?
2 attorney answers
One thing Mr. Bayley's on-point analysis does not consider is a situation where you are breaking a lease early. If you are breaking a lease early: it is in your favor to have someone move in ASAP that way you don't have to pay for months where the unit is vacant.
THE AUTHOR OF THIS OR ANY UNDER RESPONSE IS NOT PROVIDING LEGAL ADVICE AND DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS CLIENTS UNTIL THE LEGAL SERVICES AGREEMENT UNIQUE TO THE FIRM AND THE MONEY IDENTIFIED THERETO HAS BEEN EXCHANGED.
If it is just for the next week you can probably get away with telling her it isn't convenient and she will have to wait until you are gone. She can't do much other than serve you with a 3 day notice and theoretically evict you but I can't imagine her bothering with all that if you are leaving so soon anyway, unless she suspects you are not actually leaving when you say you are.