An Oklahoma month-to-month lease agreement is a legally binding document that allows a tenant to occupy a landlord’s residential property without a fixed termination date. The lease is renewed on a monthly basis when the tenant pays rent and remains effective until they or their landlord ends the agreement by giving at least thirty (30) days’ notice. This type of arrangement is useful for landlords when they need to accommodate short-term tenants or fill rental units temporarily. A month-to-month lease also allows the landlord to terminate the agreement or raise the rent without cause as long as they give the tenant sufficient notice.
Notice for Terminating (§ 41-111(A)) – Thirty (30) Days
Tenant Screening – Oklahoma Rental Application
If the property has flooded in the past five (5) years and the landlord is aware of it, the occupant must be given all relevant information about the incident.
Tenants must be provided with the name and address of anyone who is allowed to manage the rental unit as well as the property owner or a representative of the owner who is authorized to receive notices, demands, and documents issued by the court.
If the property was built before 1978, federal law requires landlords to notify tenants that lead paint might be present in the rental unit.
If methamphetamine was manufactured in the rental unit, the landlord is required to notify the tenant of this information prior to signing a lease agreement.