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Louisiana Landlord Notice to Enter Form

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Louisiana Landlord Notice to Enter Form

Updated January 05, 2023

Louisiana landlord’s notice to enter alerts a tenant or tenants of a property that the landlord will be coming on to the property in the future. Louisiana law does not specify how much notice is required, or specify all purposes for which a landlord may come onto the property. However, the landlord’s ability to access the property may be inferred from the lessor’s right to make repairs.

Laws La. Civ. Code Ann. art. 2693

Notice can be used for

  • Repairs

Other Landlord Access

The Louisiana Guide to Landlord-Tenant Law recommends specifying other details of the lease, including terms under which a landlord may enter the property, in a written rental agreement.