A Mississippi month-to-month rental agreement is a lease that continues until either the landlord or tenant gives a notice of at least thirty days for termination. The tenant can end the agreement by giving the notice, while the landlord can conclude it by sending a formal notice.
In a month-to-month tenancy, the landlord has the right to modify lease terms, such as rent increases or other adjustments, by providing notice. After receiving the notice, the tenant can choose to negotiate or decline the new terms and potentially end the agreement.
Minimum Termination Period: If either party wishes to terminate the lease agreement, they must give at least 30 days’ notice.
Law: § 89-8-19