Notice of Intent to Enter Premises

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Contains the instructions and form you need to notify a tenant that the landlord intends to enter the leased property. Whether repairs to the premises, pest control or some other type of duty, this model form can be tailored to your situation.

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This Notice of Intent to Enter is used to notify a tenant that the landlord intends to enter the leased property to take some type of action, i.e., repair, pest control or some other type of duty. You should check the laws of your state to determine if there are further restrictions on a landlord's right to enter a leased property. Having a written Notice of Intent to Enter will be useful in the event of disagreements or misunderstandings.


This attorney-prepared packet contains:
  1. General Information
  2. Notice of Intent to Enter for your state
State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of your state
Number of Pages2
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#36453
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Notice of Intent to Enter
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This form should be used to notify a tenant that a landlord intends to enter the leased property to take some type of action, such a repairing an appliance or for pest control or some other landlord duty.  You should check your state laws to determine whether there are any restrictions governing a landlords right to enter a leased property.  






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An attorney should be consulted for all serious legal matters.Notice of Intent to Enter

Date: ___________________ , 20 ______


To:


RE: Intent to Enter Property


Dear ______________________________ :

This notice is in reference to the following described property:



Please be advised that on __________________ , 20 ___ , at approximately __m. the landlord intends to enter the above property in order to perform the following service:





At such time, the landlord will use the master key for this property. Please have the property clean and presentable for the landlord 's performance of this service. Thank you very
much.

_______________________________
Signature of Landlord
_______________________________
Printed Name of Landlord

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