Updated on December 16th, 2020
The Oklahoma month-to-month lease agreement is a periodic tenancy that has a term that lasts thirty (30) days at a time. This does not mean that the tenancy is over after the first thirty (30) days, as the terms of the contract will automatically reset each month until one of the parties decides to end the agreement once and for all. In order to properly terminate the contract, the nullifying party will have to supply the other party with at least thirty (30) days’ written notice. Certain sections of the document require users to insert the particulars of the arrangement, while others just contain standard clauses that should be included in all residential leases. After providing all the required data, it is crucial that the landlord(s) and tenant(s) sign within the designated areas of the form to guarantee a binding contract.
Minimum Notice Required to Terminate Contract – Thirty (30) Days (§ 41-111)