A Minnesota month-to-month rental agreement is a type of lease that offers both tenants and landlords the flexibility of tenancy-at-will. This means that either party can terminate the agreement with just one month’s notice.
Unlike a fixed-term lease, a month-to-month lease has no fixed end date and can only be concluded through formal notice from either party. It’s important to note that the same eviction laws apply to month-to-month leases in Minnesota as they do to long-term leases.
As a result, landlords should request a security deposit upon lease signing to cover any damages or unpaid rent in case of a dispute.
Minimum Termination Period: To terminate the lease agreement, either party must provide at least one month’s notice.
Law: § 504B.135