In the state of Delaware, a month to month lease agreement is a document that outlines the mutual agreement between a landlord and a tenant. These agreements will renew automatically at the beginning of each month if not canceled by either party. A written lease agreement will serve as protection for both the landlord and the tenant, clarifying the terms of the agreement such as rent payments, deadlines, and the rules of tenancy. When a party wishes to end the agreement, he or she must submit a written notice giving the other party sufficient notice (according to state law).
Month to Month Lease Laws - Title § 25-5106
According to Delaware Law, any party involved in a month to month lease agreement who wishes to terminate the agreement must provide at least a 60 notice. This 60-day countdown is to begin on the first day of the month following the actual notice.