An Arkansas notice to enter is used by a landlord to inform a tenant that they will be entering the rental property. The document establishes the property’s address, the date and time of entry, and the landlord’s contact information. As per state law, tenants may not unreasonably deny a landlord access to their premises for things like showings, repair, or maintenance.
Arkansas statutes state that tenants may not unreasonably refuse to allow a landlord’s entry to their premises.
Statutes: § 18-17-602(a)
Required to Give Access
The tenant must grant their landlord access to a rental property for the following:
- Investigation of lease violations or crimes