Oregon Month-to-Month Rental Agreement


The Oregon Month-to-Month Rental Agreement is a form that provides landlords with a flexible option of renting out a room, apartment unit, or home to one (1) or more tenants. A variation of a standard yearly lease, the month-to-month contract contains an almost identical set of conditions with the exception that it doesn’t include an area for specifying the end-date of the lease.

Once signed, the agreement will renew automatically at the start of every month upon receiving the tenant’s rent payment. The agreement can potentially go on for years if no party decides to terminate it. If either the landlord or tenant(s) do decide to end the contract, they have to inform the other via a written notice sent at least thirty (30) days prior to the next payment due date.

State Laws

Statute: ORS 91.070

Required Notice to Terminate: To terminate the agreement, a written notice needs to be delivered to the other party at least thirty (30) days in advance of the next payment period.

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