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Louisiana Residential Lease Agreements

Louisiana Lease Landlords have enough to worry about without trying to create their own comprehensive lease agreements or struggling to make a generic lease suit their needs. With our custom lease builder wizard, answering the questions and selecting the attachments is all that you need to do to draw up a Louisiana-specific lease. We even include LA Assist tips to help you make your selections. Our system is quick and easy, with a finished product that is guaranteed to be legal. It will give you the protections you need, all while managing your information, your time, and your budget efficiently. Click Create New Lease now to take the system for a test drive!

Louisiana Landlord Forms

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Louisiana Petition of Eviction
After serving the Tenant proper notice, the Landlord may file a "Petition of Eviction" in the city, town or locality of where the rental property is located.

Louisiana 5 Day Notice To Vacate for Nonpayment of Rent
A landlord in Louisiana can serve the tenant a 5-day notice to vacate for nonpayment of rent after the grace period, included in the written lease, expires.

Louisiana 10 Day Notice to Vacate
The Louisiana 10 Day Notice is used when a landlord has a month to month lease, or does not have a written lease before evicting a tenant for any reason.

Louisiana 5 Day Notice To Vacate
The Louisiana 5 Day Notice to Vacate is used when a tenant has violated a term or a provision of a written lease for reasons OTHER than non-payment of rent.

Guide to Louisiana Landlord & Tenant Laws
This guide contains information on a variety of topics ranging from security deposits to eviction, educating both Landlords and Tenants.

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Louisiana Attorneys

Louisiana Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Barry J. Heinen
Heinen Law
www.heinenlaw.com
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Lafayette, LA
  Dale Michael Maas
Dale M. Maas, Attorney at Law
www.dalemaasatty.com/
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Baton Rouge, LA
Seth J Bloom
Bloom Legal, LLC
www.bloomlegal.com
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New Orleans, LA
 

Louisiana Links and Resources

Louisiana Rental Resources Louisiana Landlord Tenant Law
Useful guide provided by the New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation on Landlord Tenant Law in Louisiana.
www.ag.state.la.us/shared/viewdoc.aspx?type=3&doc=220

Louisiana Real Estate Investment Clubs

Louisiana Landlord Clubs
New Orleans Real Estate Investors Association, Inc., Metairie, LA
www.neworleansreia.com
Meeting Time: 3rd Thursday of every month, 7:15 pm.  More Louisiana Real Estate Investment Clubs »

St. Tammany REIA, Covington, LA
Meeting Time: Last Wednesday of the Month, 6:30 pm  More Louisiana Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Louisiana Real Estate Investment Articles

Louisiana Rental Articles
Louisiana Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted September 30, 2009
Like all states, there are unique Louisiana landlord-tenant laws that all landlords and property managers should understand before leasing.

My Tenant Backed Out of the Lease - Now What?
Posted December 22, 2016
You gathered a pile of applications for your rental property. You narrowed it to several finalists and, after screening a few backgrounds, you finally settled on the best candidate for your next tenant. Now, that tenant is backing out of the lease at the very last minute. What should you do, besides tearing your hair out? It depends on whether or not the tenant signed your lease agreement, and whether you obtained a Hold Deposit. Also, did your lease include an Early Termination clause? Know the answers to these questions before reading further - they matter!

Why Does Eviction Take So Long?
Posted December 13, 2016
You want your tenants out and you want them out today. You have been more than patient, your tenants are taking advantage of you, and things are only going to get worse. So, why can't you just kick them out immediately? Wouldn't any judge understand that eviction is appropriate under these typical scenarios? • Tenants haven't paid rent in months. • Tenants let other people move in and never told you or asked permission. • The last time tenants let you in to inspect, you saw the unit was trashed. These examples – among many others – are lease violations and landlords do not have to put up with them. And, yes, action is definitely called for. Unfortunately, far too many landlords make wrong assumptions about the action they are per

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