Kentucky Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
The Kentucky Month-to-Month Lease Agreement, also called a “Tenancy at Will,” is a rental form used by property managers/owners to lease all (or a portion of) their property on a monthly basis without a specified end-date. It is the lack of an official end-date that differentiates a monthly lease from a more standard yearly contract, as both forms specify rules regarding topics such as rent, occupants, utilities, default, and more. Because the contract type doesn’t have a set duration, either the renters or landlord can formally terminate the contract by providing written notice to the other party. The only requirement is that the notice is made at least thirty (30) days in advance.
Statute: § 383.695
Required Notice to Terminate: Either party must provide thirty (30) days’ notice prior to ending the contract.