Alabama Month-to-Month Lease Agreement

An Alabama month-to-month lease agreement is a form used for renting out residential property indefinitely and can be terminated with 30 days’ notice. It outlines the terms, conditions, and obligations both parties must follow.

Last updated November 17th, 2023

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Rental Application – Recommended to use for screening the tenant prior to signing an agreement.

Month-to-Month Lease Laws

  • Increasing Rent – No statute. Therefore, giving 30 days’ notice, as required for terminating a month-to-month lease, is recommended.
  • Termination Notice – The landlord or tenant must give written notice of at least 30 days to the other party.[1]

Required Disclosures (2)

  1. Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form (PDF) – This must be issued to all tenants if the rental unit was constructed before 1978.[2]
  2. Owner/Manager Identification – The tenant must be provided the name and address of the owner, anyone authorized to manage the property, and anyone authorized to act on behalf of the owner for service of process and delivery of demands/notices.[3]