Nebraska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement Template

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The West Virginia month-to-month lease agreement is a residential agreement, sometimes referred to as a “tenancy at will”, that allows the tenant to rent a piece of property thirty (30) days at a time. This type of arrangement is ideal for short term renters, tenants who have just completed a standard one (1) year lease, and those who do not know how long they will be at a property, not wanting to be bound by a fixed-term contract. All other…

The Louisiana five (5) day eviction notice is used by landlords who are seeking to collect late rent from a tenant that has missed their payment(s). This notice gives the tenant five (5) days to either pay the total amount due to the landlord and continue in their lease agreement, or move out of the property. If the tenant refuses to pay rent or move out of the property, the landlord may begin the process of having them evicted. If…

The Montana month-to-month lease agreement is a rental contract between a landlord and tenant that renews every month upon payment by the tenant. This type of arrangement may be terminated, altered, or changed by giving at least thirty (30) days’ notice to either party (§ 70-24-441). Even though the lease is considered a short-term contract, both parties are required to follow all State laws (see handbook) and the landlord is recommended to check every potential applicant’s background and credit with…

A Michigan month-to-month lease agreement allows for a property owner and tenant to come to a rental arrangement that has no set end date and may be terminated or altered by either party with at least one (1) month’s notice. Even though this type of agreement may be terminated with little notice, the eviction process remains the same as that of a standard one-year lease agreement. Therefore landlords are recommended to have a rental application completed by every potential tenant….

The Montana rental application is used by a landlord or sublessor to screen any potential tenants for a rental property. The form allows the landlord to view the tenant’s employment history and status along with their rental and credit history to help them determine if the applicant is honest and financially secure. In addition to the rental application, the landlord should request the new tenant to pay a security deposit, which would typically be the equivalent to one (1) month’s rent…