Louisiana Standard Residential Lease Agreement

The Louisiana Standard Residential Lease Agreement binds the manager or owner of a residential property (the lessor), with one or more tenants (lessee) to a set of conditions, rules, and requirements that both parties are required by law to concede to for the full duration of the lease. If the lessee breaks a condition contained within the lease, refuses to leave the property (after the lease has ended), or doesn’t pay the rent, notices given by the landlord requiring the tenant to vacate the premises cannot allow for less than five (5) days according to Art. 4701.

Louisiana Lease Laws – Title IX Lease (Art. 2668 to 2777)