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A month-to-month lease agreement is used by landlords who rent out their property on a monthly basis. These types of agreements may be used for temporary housing or college apartments. They do not have a specific time period and either party can cancel it, usually with a month’s notice.
Like other rental contracts, this agreement should include responsibilities for both parties, the landlord and the tenant. The lease should include financial information, such as rent amount, what utilities the renter is responsible for, repair fees, and any other expenses. It should additionally outline policies regarding pets, number of occupants, parking, and more. Both parties will need to review and sign the lease before it is officially recognized.
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