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The Mississippi month-to-month lease agreement is structured to give the tenant of the property a lease that has no specific end date. The lease is renewed with each of the tenant’s monthly payments. Nonetheless, the tenant must give notice before quitting the premises. The landlord can change the agreement so long as they provide the tenant with at least thirty (30) days’ notice. Even though a tenancy at-will enables a comparatively flexible landlord-tenant relationship, both parties should be aware that…

The Georgia notice to pay or quit is a simple warning that provides a tenant with a breakdown of the total cost of unpaid rent as well as the number of days the individual has to rectify the situation before the landlord must proceed with the eviction process. Generally speaking, a landlord will provide a few verbal or written warnings prior to the notice to pay or quit to ensure that the tenant is aware of the unpaid rent. If the…

The Iowa sublease agreement works to reduce the financial burden of a tenant by renting a portion or all of the rental space to another individual (called the “sublessee” or “subtenant”). It works by having the current tenant of a property (called “the sublessor”), agree to rent either the partial or entire space to another individual, the sublessee. Both parties can be living together as roommates sharing the same utilities depending on how the agreement is structured. However, the responsibility of…

The Washington commercial lease agreement lets a property owner of retail, office, or industrial type space rent to a business (tenant) operating as an individual or entity. (If the business is an entity, the landlord will want to verify it’s existence with the Secretary of State’s office.) The lease agreement document will be presented to the person representing the business by the landlord and the terms and conditions contained therein will be negotiated between the two parties. Details such as…

The Delaware Standard Residential Lease Agreement is the most common lease agreement as it provides the usual one (1) year term and enables a tenant to rent a property in exchange for monthly rent payments. The form will include provisions explaining who will be required to pay utilities, the causes of termination, the rent due date and applicable late fees, and all other terms and conditions that will dictate the relationship between parties. To ensure that the property is taken care…