A Nebraska month-to-month lease agreement is used by landlords to rent residential property to a tenant for an indefinite period of time. The lease outlines the rental conditions, including the price of rent, when it is due, and the penalties for late payment. Unlike standard leases, month-to-month contracts can be terminated for any reason with thirty (30) days’ written notice. The flexible termination date is favorable to tenants whose circumstance prohibits them from signing a long-term agreement. For landlords, a shorter termination requirement means they can adjust the lease terms or increase the rent more frequently.
Notice for Terminating (§ 76-1437(2)) – Thirty (30) Days
Tenant Screening – Nebraska Rental Application
In accordance with U.S. Code § 4852d, landlords must furnish a lead-based paint disclosure to tenants if the rental property was built prior to the year 1978.
Tenants must be provided with the names and addresses of any person authorized to manage/enter the premises as well as the name and address of at least one (1) owner of the property or person authorized to act on their behalf for the service of process, notices, and demands.