An Ohio month-to-month rental agreement allows landlords and tenants to create a lease that can be terminated no matter how little time has passed. Month-to-month leases, also known as tenancies at will, resemble standard leases, and include provisions such as responsibility for utilities. Landlords may also use a rental application to ascertain whether a tenant is suitable for the property. But as long as the terminating party complies with the notice requirements, the lease may be ended at any time.
Minimum Termination Period
The landlord or the tenant may terminate or fail to renew a month-to-month tenancy by notice given the other at least thirty (30) days prior to the periodic rental date, except in cases of a landlord terminating a lease for violation of the rental agreement, when Ohio’s eviction requirements control.
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