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A Texas month-to-month lease agreement, or “tenancy at will,” is a rental contract used when a property manager or owner accepts a tenant to occupy a space for one (1) month at a time. Either party may make changes to the contract or choose to terminate it by giving one (1) month’s notice to the other party.

This type of arrangement is common among tenants who have overextended a standard lease or for short-term renters. The landlord is encouraged to either request a rental application to verify the renter’s credentials or at least demand the equivalent of one (1) month’s rent as a Security Deposit.

  • If the residence was constructed prior to 1978, the Lead-Based Paint Disclosure must be attached to the lease and signed by the tenant.

Minimum Termination Notice

Either party may terminate the agreement by providing at least one (1) month’s notice (§ 91.001(b)).