A Texas month-to-month rental agreement is a legal document that establishes a monthly tenancy so a renter can live in a landlord’s property. It doesn’t have a specific end date, and it will automatically renew if the tenant pays their rent each month. A landlord or tenant can terminate the lease, but they must provide proper notice under Texas’s state laws.
This contract ensures that both parties uphold their ends of a legal and mutually beneficial landlord-tenant relationship. The landlord provides safe housing, and the tenant pays their rent on time and follows the terms outlined in the agreement, including prohibited activities and property care.
Minimum Termination Period: In Texas, a landlord or a tenant must provide one month’s notice before terminating a month-to-month lease.