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Oklahoma 1-Day Landlord Notice to Enter Form

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Oklahoma 1-Day Landlord Notice to Enter Form

Updated January 05, 2023

An Oklahoma notice to enter gives a landlord permission to enter a tenant’s rental unit for a designated reason. State law requires the landlord to provide the tenant with at least one (1) day notice before entering the property.

LawsTitle 41 §41-128

Notice can be used for

  • Inspection;
  • Making agreed or necessary alterations, decorations, improvements, or repairs;
  • Providing agreed or necessary services; and
  • Showing the unit to actual or potential buyers, contractors, mortgage lenders, tenants, or workmen.

Other Landlord Access

Abandonment or Surrender (§41-128(D)) – If a tenant abandons or surrenders their rental unit, the landlord may enter without notice or consent.

Emergency (§41-128(B)) – A landlord can enter a rental unit without tenant consent in the case of an emergency.

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