A Georgia month-to-month rental agreement establishes a flexible arrangement between a landlord and a tenant, allowing the tenant to occupy a property on a monthly basis without a fixed long-term commitment.
This agreement automatically renews each month unless either party provides proper notice to terminate. It outlines important terms including rent amount, due date, and the responsibilities of both parties, providing a practical solution for those seeking short-term tenancy.
Minimum Termination Period: In Georgia, landlords are required to provide 60 days’ notice to terminate the agreement, while tenants must give 30 days’ notice.
Law: Georgia Code § 44-7-7.