The Texas month-to-month lease agreement is a prevalent short-term rental option that provides lessors and lessees the opportunity to cancel its terms in any given month. Given these details, the agreement can last for years should both parties choose to proceed as the contract will automatically renew every month until voided. Users of the document must realize that if they do decide to cancel the agreement, a minimum of thirty (30) days’ notice is to be delivered to the opposite party. Aside from the term, the contract requires all your typical lease agreement details, such as the amount of rent that will need to be paid periodically, the initial date of the occupancy, and the property rules.
Minimum Notice Required to Terminate Contract – Thirty (30) Days – § 91.001(b)(2) (Also referenced under the Month-to-Month Terminations section in the Tenants’ Rights Handbook.)