Louisiana Five (5) Day Eviction Notice | Non-Payment of Rent Template

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The Louisiana five (5) day eviction notice is used by landlords who are seeking to collect late rent from a tenant that has missed their payment(s). This notice gives the tenant five (5) days to either pay the total amount due to the landlord and continue in their lease agreement, or move out of the property. If the tenant refuses to pay rent or move out of the property, the landlord may begin the process of having them evicted. If the tenant moves out without paying the full amount due, they are still liable to pay the landlord.

When Is Rent Due? (CC 2703) – Unless otherwise stated in the lease, rent is due at the beginning of each rental period.

Laws (CCP 4701) – If a tenant has not paid their rent on time, the landlord can issue them at least five (5) days’ written notice to pay, move out, or face eviction.

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