Tennessee Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
The Tennessee Month-to-Month Lease Agreement is a form used for establishing a periodic tenancy in which lessees rent a room, apartment unit, condominium, or home on an ongoing basis one (1) month at a time. So long the lessee(s) keep paying rent at the start of every month, the contract will renew automatically. Although designed for short-term leasing, monthly leases can go on for years if neither the landlord or tenant(s) decide to terminate it.
The contract is a variation of the standard yearly contract and contains many of the same sections and conditions, of which cover utilities, rent amount, security deposits, repairs, guests, parking, pets, and more.
Statute: § 66-28-512
Required Notice to Terminate: Week-to-week tenancies – ten (10) days’ notice. Month-to-month tenancies – thirty (30) days’ notice.