A West Virginia month-to-month rental agreement is a flexible lease that lets tenants rent property from landlords on a short-term basis. Once both parties consent to the document’s terms and sign it, it becomes legally binding. This lease automatically renews every month until either party issues a notice of termination.
Landlords can conduct tenant screening before choosing a renter to protect themselves financially. Once they find a good candidate, they can write an agreement to specify the rental price, security deposit, late fees, utility expenses, and other lease details.
Minimum Termination Period: Either a landlord or a tenant can terminate a month-to-month lease if they provide at least one month’s notice.