First, thank you all for the answers.
I do have a contract that states "Access by landlord'. I rented the house out by myself a year ago.
Based on the lease agreement, I or my agent is authorized to place the lockbox during the last 30 days of the lease. The lease also states that the landlord can charge tenant $50 trip charge fot the dennied access. The lease does not require a written notice for a landlord to show the property, the lease states that the landlord may enter the property at reasonable times without notice to make repairs or to show the property to prospective tenants.
I am just not comfortable with my tenant's two requirements. Are her 2 requirements normal? If I request an access, and she intends to delay it, or she dennies me, can I charge he $50/each (agreed in the lease) and deducts it from the deposit?
Since a lockebox is already placed there, if in case, I, my agent or other agent enter the property without giving a notice, can the tenant sue me later?
Here is a little deepper background:
A few days ago, I went to the house to show it to my listing agent. I got my tenant's permission to enter the house. Then the next day, my tenant was complained that we violated her legal right, since we moved her make-up bag from bed to the floor. I do not remember we touched any of her personal stuff. But it was possible that my agent moved a few little things in the room (e.g. make-up bag) to take pictures and forgot to put them back. Shen wrote an email to threat to sue me and my agent for harrasment and violation of tenants right. and in the same email, she gave out the two requirements I mentioned before. I do not feel my agent and I did anything wrong, I don't think she really wants to file a complaint , but if things heat up and she does sue us, is there any chance she can win?