Landlord and Tenant Laws: Operational Resources

Overview

Housing providers are required to follow landlord-tenant laws at the state and local levels. In some instances, a multilayer jurisdictional patchwork exists and can create a plethora of confusion. Below is a map with links to landlord-tenant laws for all 50 states, and Washington, D.C. This information may not reflect a complete picture of all applicable laws in each jurisdiction, so please contact a licensed attorney for more information.

book of landlord and tenant laws on a desk with a gavel

State-by-state breakdown of Landlord/Tenant Laws (March 2019)

NAA Concerns and Position of Opposition to Proposed Draft of Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act Update (July 2015)

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