Month to Month Lease?

On July 26, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq.

Is a Month to Month Lease good or bad?

It depends on how you look at it:

Landlord

Good: Generally, Landlord can terminate the lease for any reason with a 30 day notice.

Bad: Generally, Tenant can leave at the end of any given month.

Tenant

Good: Generally, Tenant can leave at the end of any given month.

Bad: Generally, Landlord can terminate the lease for any reason with a 30 day notice.

So, neither side really has much security with a month-to-month lease agreement. However, there are situations when a month to month lease is appropriate. Landlords and tenants should consult with a Landlord-tenant attorney to fully understand the pros and cons of entering into a month-to-month lease.

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