A Maryland month-to-month rental agreement is a tenancy arrangement that allows tenants and landlords to have a more flexible agreement without a fixed end date. Either party can terminate the agreement by providing a 60-day notice.
The residential tenancy laws (Title 8, Landlord and Tenant) protect the rights of both tenants and landlords. It is important to note that the eviction process for month-to-month renters is the same as for those with a fixed-term lease.
Minimum Termination Period: To terminate the lease agreement, either party must provide a notice of at least 60 days.