Updated on December 16th, 2020
The Utah month-to-month lease agreement, otherwise known as a “tenancy at will”, is a contract where the tenant is renting out a property for an indefinite period of time. Although it may not be known how long the occupant will remain on the premises, they will be required to pay a monthly rental fee every thirty (30) days or so. The term of the lease will systematically renew at the end of each monthly period until terminated by either the lessor or the lessee. Landlords and tenants should understand that to legally end the tenancy, fifteen (15) days’ written notice must be delivered to the other party.
Minimum Notice Required to Terminate Contract: Fifteen (15) days –§ 78B-6-802(1)(b)(i)