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North Dakota Landlord Notice to Enter Form

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North Dakota Landlord Notice to Enter Form

Updated July 10, 2024

A North Dakota notice to enter alerts a tenant that their landlord intends to enter their rental unit for a particular reason. North Dakota state law doesn’t specify a minimum time frame for this kind of notice but does require the landlord to provide reasonable notice and obtain the tenant’s consent to enter the rental unit.

LawsCentury Code 47-16-07.3

Can be used for:

  • Agreed services;
  • Inspection;
  • Repairs; and
  • Showing the unit to possible buyers, contractors, insurers, mortgagees, real estate agents, tenants, or workmen.

Reasons for Access

  • Abandonment – A landlord can enter a rental unit at any time without notice if they have reasonable cause to believe that the tenant has abandoned the premises.[1]
  • Emergency – A landlord can enter a rental unit at any time without notice in case of an emergency.[1]
  • Substantial Lease Violations – A landlord can enter a rental unit at any time without notice if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the tenant has substantially breached a provision of their lease agreement.[1]

Sources

  1. §47-16-07.3(1)