This information includes: Louisiana leases are for owners and managers of commercial and residential properties who wish to negotiate and establish a binding legal contract with a tenant. Depending on the type of relationship, the lessor can choose from agreements that allow the standard use of a duration of one (1) year or an occupation for a tenant as he wishes. Sublease agreements are also available for tenants who wish to rent all or part of their rental space to another person. In filling out this form, it should be noted that everything is mandatory for both parties as soon as they are linked to their respective roles as lessor and tenant. It is therefore essential that each party to the signature have sufficient time to verify and fully understand this treaty. While the necessary disclosures and conditions are maintained while being versatile enough to direct them to a particular lease, it becomes a powerful tool for maintaining a healthy landlord-tenant relationship. Louisiana leases exist between the lessor and the tenant of residential or commercial real estate.. . . .