Notice to Enter
The Notice to Enter form allows the landlord to requests entrance to an occupied rental property for maintenance, repair, or inspection.
Document Last Modified: 6/3/2021
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The landlord may enter the dwelling unit without consent in cases of emergency. "Emergency" means a sudden, generally unexpected occurrence or set of circumstances demanding immediate action.
A busy landlord can complete this straightforward document by completing a few simple steps. Using our auto fill technology, when you select the tenant and the property address, the full mailing information will be inserted into the final document where required. The landlord can also indicate the reason for the need to enter the unit. Additionally, the document wizard prompts the landlord to insert the date and time or time range when the entrance will be required. The landlord’s phone number, as documented in the landlord’s ezLandlordForms account, is also automatically included on the document. This is convenient to be sure the tenant can easily contact the landlord regarding the entry that is required.
This form fulfills the criteria set forth by law in most jurisdictions for property entrance notification. The document also reminds tenants that cooperating with a reasonable request for entrance is part of the terms of their lease agreement.
A landlord will provide this form to all tenants to give notice requesting entrance to the property.
WARNING: It is important to follow your state's requirements before entering the leased premises.
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