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Georgia Landlord Notice to Enter Form

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Georgia Landlord Notice to Enter Form

Updated January 05, 2023

A Georgia landlord’s notice to enter lets a tenant know that the landlord will be coming into an occupied dwelling for some particular purpose. Georgia law does not establish for what purposes a landlord may enter or how much notice is required, leaving landlords and tenants to decide these issues in a lease. If terms are specified in the tenant’s lease, follow those; if not, some practitioners recommend providing at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice.

Laws § 44-7

Notice can be used for

  • According to the State of Georgia’s Landlord-Tenant Handbook, most leases will stipulate that landlords may have reasonable access to the property with notice, but that landlords may be liable for entering at unreasonable times.

Other Landlord Access

Emergency (Landlord-Tenant Handbook): A landlord may enter at any time and without notice in case of an emergency.