Nebraska 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

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Updated June 03, 2022

Nebraska landlord’s notice to enter enables the owner of a piece of rental property to enter an occupied dwelling under acceptable circumstances. The landlord should provide notice of intent to come on to the property at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance, and they should only enter at reasonable times.

Laws Neb. Rev. Stat. § 76-1423

Notice can be used for

  • Inspecting the premises;
  • Making necessary or agreed repairs, alterations, improvements, or decorations;
  • Supplying necessary or agreed services; and
  • Exhibiting the dwelling unit to prospective or actual purchasers, tenants, mortgagees, workers or contractors.

Other landlord access

Emergency (§ 76-1423(2)): The landlord may enter the property without the tenant’s consent in case of emergency.

Absence or abandonment (§ 76-1432): If a tenant is absent from the property longer than seven days, the landlord may enter at times reasonably necessary. If a tenant abandons the property, the landlord may enter the property at any time.