A Kentucky month-to-month rental agreement is a flexible legal contract between a landlord and tenant that allows the tenant to rent a property without committing to a fixed lease term. The agreement has no end date, which means that it can be terminated at any time by either the landlord or tenant with 30 days’ notice.
This type of agreement is commonly used for seasonal or short-term tenants and can be extended as long as both parties agree to continue. It is important to note that the landlord may change the terms of the lease by issuing a 30-day notice, including increasing the rent or any other amendments.
Minimum Termination Period: Either party must provide a 30-day notice to terminate the lease.
Law: § 383.695