A Nevada month-to-month lease agreement is a binding contract that landlords can use to rent residential property to a tenant on a monthly basis. Stated in the agreement are the tenant’s rental obligations, including their periodic rent payment, property expenses, and security deposit.
The agreement differs from a standard lease in that it doesn’t specify an end date. This undefined term means that the tenancy will last indefinitely until either party decides to terminate (a month-to-month lease may be modified or terminated upon thirty (30) days’ written notice). Month-to-month agreements offer flexibility to tenants who may need to move out on short notice. They also enable landlords to quickly find new renters when a tenant becomes problematic.
Notice for Terminating (§ 40.251(1)(a)(2)) – Thirty (30) Days
Tenant Screening – Nevada Rental Application
Landlords must provide written disclosure to potential tenants if the property being rented is the subject of any foreclosure proceedings.
A detailed list of the condition and inventory of the premises must be provided to tenants before moving in.
Tenants intent on renting property built prior to 1978 must be provided with this lead-based paint disclosure form.