Notice of Intent to Enter Premises - Property Management Form
Protect Yourself and Give Written Notice Before Entering Your Tenant's Residence
Although your lease agreement may already provide the terms and conditions in which the landlord may enter the premises, it is still essential that the owner or agent be protected by serving the tenant with a Notice of Intent to Enter Premises before going into the rental unit.
There are many reasons a landord may need to enter a rental property. Some of those reasons may be:
The tenant does not need to be present, although you are giving notice that if the locks have been changed the tenant will be responsible for the cost of a locksmith. More importantly, the landlord is protected from being accused of unauthorized entry.
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