Yes, in case of emergency such as flood, fire, Landlord needs to have access at all times, however unless its an emergency landlord has have your consent to enter your space for any other reason that is not emergency.
Absolutely they are entitled - it is their property. There are some landlords who may elect to not do so but most will require a key to be maintained in the owner / manager office.
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