Landlord-Tenant Laws

Table of Official Landlord Tenant Laws for All 50 states and D.C.

AlabamaIndianaNevadaSouth Dakota
AlaskaIowaNew Hampshire
Housing Standards
ArizonaKansasNew JerseyTexas
General Provisions
Residential Tenancies
Arkansas (Title 18, Chp.16)KentuckyNew MexicoUtah
Renters’ Deposits
Fair Housing Act
CaliforniaLouisianaNew YorkVermont
Colorado (Title 38, Art. 12)MaineNorth CarolinaVirginia
ConnecticutMarylandNorth DakotaWashington
DelawareMassachusettsOhioWest Virginia
Residential Rental Property
Deeds, Mortgages and Leases
HawaiiMissouriPennsylvaniaDistrict of Columbia
Municipal Regs
IdahoMontanaRhode Island
IllinoisNebraskaSouth Carolina

While we do our best to provide accurate and up to date links to the primary landlord tenant laws for each state, please note that laws and citations may change over time and various laws may exist that affect landlords and tenants that are not part of the primary landlord tenant laws of that state. In addition, cities and other municipalities may have their own landlord-tenant laws, which may differ from the state’s laws.

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