Yes, a tenant in Louisiana may be able to change their own locks. This is because the state’s laws do not expressly prohibit that kind of action. A tenant in Louisiana may be prohibited from taking this action by a specific lease provision, however. In all cases, though, landlords in Louisiana are not allowed to unilaterally change a tenant’s locks in this manner because doing so may be construed as an illegal lockout.
The information for this answer was found on our Louisiana Landlord Tenant Rights answers.