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I am sorry to hear of this difficult situation.
I have read this post so many times and I cannot figure out what's going on. Are you telling me that your landlord believe they can come in to inspect your home three times a week?
Your landlord can enter to inspect the premises with a bona fide reason if they give you 24 hours written notice. It is not up to you whether they can enter not if they provide the bona fide notice.
But if they think they come in three times a week that is illegal and significant harassment and you can bring an application to the residential tenancy branch for an order that they cease and desist from harassing you, that they provide you a peaceful enjoyment of your home and you can even seek to have them fined and for you to get a rent abatement.
I suggest you call first thing Monday morning to discuss. Here is a link to their contact information:
Does that help as a starting point?
Well once in a while to check to make sure now everything is working and there are no damage would be bona fide. Three times a week is so shockingly nonsensical that it's
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