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The Arizona Month-to-Month Lease Agreement contract has the tenant pay rent every (30) thirty days to the landlord, until either the tenant or landlord states otherwise. The primary benefit of this type of lease agreement is it enables each party to operate with a degree of flexibility; often monthly tenancies are temporary and used when a tenant is planning on staying for a few months at a time. As a landlord, there are two (2) options to ensure that they…

The North Dakota eviction notice for the nonpayment of rent is a form served upon a tenant who is currently behind on their rent payments. The document gives the tenant three (3) days to either pay the landlord or leave the property. If the tenant does not leave the premises after the expiration of the notice period, they will be subjected to a formal eviction if so desired by the landlord. The landlord may also seek compensation from the tenant…

The Missouri month-to-month lease agreement is a contract for tenants seeking a rental arrangement that renews every month upon payment to the landlord. As with other rental agreements in the State, the landlord must follow the residential landlord and tenant laws and is advised to take all necessary precautions before selecting an applicant and signing a month-to-month agreement (see the Landlord-Tenant Laws handbook provided by the Attorney General). To verify the applicant’s credentials, the rental application should be issued to…

The Massachusetts sublease agreement allows for a tenant (the “sublessor”) to rent out space that they currently have under lease to another individual (the “sublessee”). This arrangement may be for the partial or total rental of the space. The sublessor should understand that they will be responsible for any sublessee that does not follow the rules of the lease. Examples of this are damage to the premises or the non-payment of rent by the sublessee. For these reasons, it is…

The South Carolina five (5) day notice to quit is a form served upon a tenant if they fail to pay rent in accordance with their rental agreement. The document gives the tenant five (5) full days from the date of being served to pay all that is owed to the landlord or vacate the premises. If the amount is paid, the lease can continue. Failure to adhere to the demand will result in the immediate termination of the lease and…