A Tennessee month-to-month rental agreement is a legal contract that lets a tenant stay on a landlord’s property monthly. As long as the tenant pays rent and neither party terminates the lease, the agreement renews monthly. If a landlord or tenant no longer wants to be in the agreement, they must provide 30 days’ notice prior to ending it.
Before entering the agreement, a landlord conducts thorough tenant screening to ensure they find a good renter. Once both parties sign the document, it regulates the landlord-tenant relationship and offers guidance for any disputes or disagreements.
Minimum Termination Period: In Tennessee, a landlord or a tenant can terminate a month-to-month lease if they provide at least 30 days’ notice.