The Kentucky month-to-month lease agreement sustains an express dedication to the terms and conditions set forth to rent a dwelling for a monthly financial obligation. In comparison to a common annual lease arrangement, the month-to-month agreement allows for adaptability with an option to end the lease with notification of thirty (30) days by either party. This type of occupancy is generally referred to as tenancy at will, where exercising notification of termination is appropriate according to the contract. Detailed in the paperwork is language mapping out the terms specifying the particulars on the parties, residence, rent, lease term, and security deposit. Also outlined in the included paragraphs are the rules of the property that the tenant is to abide by for the duration of the lease.