A South Dakota month-to-month rental agreement lets landlords and tenants to create a lease that may be ended with a shorter time commitment than a traditional lease. Also known as a tenancy at will, month-to-month leases may be terminated no matter how little time has passed, so long as the terminating party complies with the notice requirements. The arrangement is often desirable for tenants who may be planning to leave the area, or for landlords who are considering redeveloping the property.
Minimum Termination Period
In a month-to-month lease, the landlord may modify or terminate the lease upon giving notice in writing at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of the month. The tenant may terminate his lease effective the first day of the next month by providing notice of termination to the landlord within fifteen (15) days.
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