Nevada Month-to-Month Lease Agreement Template
The Nevada month-to-month rental agreement is an arrangement between a landlord and tenant that permits a tenant to occupy residential space without a fixed end date. The agreement continues perpetually until either party terminates the agreement by giving the other at least thirty (30) days’ written notice. If the landlord would like to change any part of the agreement, forty-five (45) days’ notice is necessary. All landlords are encouraged to screen applicants before entering into an agreement by having them complete a rental application.
Rent Increase (NRS 118A.30) – Forty-five (45) days’ written notice must be given before increasing rent. If the periodic tenancy is less than one (1) month, a notice period of fifteen (15) days is all that is required.
Minimum Termination Notice (NRS 40.251) – Seven (7) days’ notice for a week-to-week tenancy, thirty (30) days’ notice for all other periodic tenancies. As per NRS 40.251(2), if the tenant is age sixty (60) or older or has a mental or physical disability, an additional thirty (30) days may be requested (excludes week-to-week tenancies).
- Lead-Based Paint – Only if the housing unit was built before 1978.
- Move-in Checklist – Only if the landlord collected a deposit at the start of the lease term.