Louisiana 1 Year Residential Lease Agreement | Standard | Realtor
This most common type in Louisiana, the residential lease agreement is a simple fill in the blanks format that outlines the terms and conditions of the a standard rental contract. To start the process, the landlord should have the tenant complete the rental application, agree on the terms and conditions of the lease including the Security Deposit (if any), and sign.
- Read the Guide to Louisiana Landlord and Tenant Laws provided by the Attorney General if the landlord or tenant have questions about their rights.
Disclosures and Forms
Lead-Based Paint – Federal law that requires every lessor to hand out this document when authorizing the lease agreement.
Move-in/Move-out Checklist – Not required by law but is recommended by the attorney general for every tenant to fill-in when moving into residential property where a Security Deposit was required.