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Landlord's Demand to Enter Premises


Overview
This demand letter is used by a landlord to give written notice to the tenant, and all others who may in possession, that the landlord is demanding access to the leased property.  
A demand is the assertion of a legal right or claim.  In this context, a landlord is generally entitled to reasonable access to leased property provided appropriate notice is given.

When You Need It
-This demand letter is used to formally advise all tenants, and any others who may be in possession, that the landlord is demanding access to the leased premises.  
-When the landlo

rd provides this notice, he or she is generally obligated to give a reasonable amount of notice as dictated by the circumstances.  
-If an emergency exists, such as a fire or ruptured water pipe, the notice may be curtailed severely, or dispensed with completely.  

Getting Started

You will need:
-The name and address of the Landlord wishing to enter the property.
-The name and address of the tenant, and whoever is in possession of the property.
-The specific reason the landlord wishes to enter the property and the time frame in which it will occur.

When to Review and Revise 
-To change the reason the landlord is demanding to enter the property.
-To change the date on which the landlord is to enter the property.