What Is a Montana Month-to-Month Lease Agreement?
A Montana month-to-month lease agreement is a short-term rental agreement between the landlord and tenant. It can last as little as 30 days. The tenancy arrangement may also last indefinitely if it works out well. A month-to-month rental agreement is very flexible.
A month-to-month lease must comply with Montana landlord tenant laws. Additionally, it must include the same provisions as a one year lease, including:
- The amount of the monthly rent and when it was due
- The late fee amount
- The security deposit amount
- Rent increases
- Whether subletting is allowed by the renter
- Whether the renter is required to care for the common areas
- Occupancy information for the rental property
- Parking policy
- Pet policy
- The notice period for lease termination for the tenant to move out
- How to deliver a written notice
- Eviction information