A Missouri month-to-month lease agreement is used to record the terms of an arrangement in which a tenant agrees to rent residential property at periodic intervals of one (1) month. Like standard leases, a month-to-month agreement details the rights and obligations of both the landlord and tenant. Where a month-to-month agreement varies primarily is its flexible termination date; both the landlord and tenant may end the agreement for any reason upon one (1) month’s written notice. If neither party decides to end the arrangement, the lease renews for an additional month and will do so continuously until terminated by the landlord or tenant.
Notice for Terminating (§ 441.060) – One (1) Month
Tenant Screening – Missouri Rental Application
If a rental property was built prior to 1978, the landlord must provide a disclosure that they may be exposed to lead-based paint.
Tenants must be informed that the rental property was used to produce methamphetamine if the landlord is aware of this fact.
The names and addresses of the owner and any property managers must be provided to the tenants at the beginning of tenancy for the purposes of service of notices and demands.