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Rental Agreement with a Month-to-Month Tenancy by pellcity27

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The agreement by which one party holds possession of the real property owned by another is a lease. The person who owns the real property is known as the lessor or landlord. The lessee, or tenant, is the one who occupies the property. The following elements are necessary to the establishment of the relationship of landlord and tenant: 1. The occupying of the land must be with the consent of the landlord; 2. A reversionary interest in the land must remain in the land�lord.; that is, the landlord must be entitled to retake the possession of the land upon the expiration of the lease; and 3. The tenant must have present possession in the land. This means a right to be in possession of the land now. Tenancies are classified by duration as tenancies for years, from year to year, at will, and by sufferance. When land is held for an indefinite period, which may be terminated at any time by the landlord or the tenant, a tenancy at will exists. A person who enters into possession of land for an indefinite period with the owner's permission, but without any agreement as to rent, is a tenant at will.

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									                 Rental Agreement with a Month-to-Month Tenancy

        Rental Agreement made on the (date), between (Name of Lessor) of (street
address, city, state, zip code), referred to herein as Lessor, and (Name of Lessee), of
(street address, city, state, zip code), referred to herein as Lessee.
       Lessor here rents to Lessee, and Lessee hereby rents from Lessor, for use as a
residence, the Premises described in Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part
hereof. Said Premises are hereinafter referred to as the Premises. This Agreement is
for a month-to-month tenancy commencing on (date), and subject to the following terms
and conditions:

1.      Rent. Lessee agrees to pay as rental for the Premises $____________ per
month, payable, without demand, in advance on the (e.g., first) day of each month. The
first and last months' rental shall be paid on the execution of this Lease Agreement,
receipt of which shall be acknowledged by Lessor.

2.      Security Deposit. On execution of this Agreement, Lessee shall deposit with
Lessor the additional sum of $____________, receipt of which shall be acknowledged
by Lessor, as security for the full and faithful performance by Lessee of this Agreement,
$____________ (or all) of which security deposit shall be refundable on the expiration
of the tenancy, provided this Agreement has been complied with in all aspects by
Lessee.

3.     Furnishings. The Premises are being Leased as a furnished unit containing the
items of household furniture, kitchen utensils, and other household items listed in
Exhibit B attached hereto and made a part of this Lease Agreement. No furnishings or
other household items are furnished or Leased with the unit other than those listed in
Exhibit B. Lessee agrees to return all items listed in Exhibit B to Lessor on the
expiration of the tenancy in as good condition as when received, reasonable wear and
tear excepted. Lessee, by the execution of this Agreement, accepts all items listed in
Exhibit B as being in good, serviceable condition. Lessee will be responsible for all
breakage or other damage to the items listed.

4.       Utilities. Lessor shall pay for all water supplied to the Premises and for regular
waste removal. Lessee shall pay for all gas, electricity, telephone service, and other
utilities except as otherwise provided in this Lease Agreement supplied to the Premises.

5.     Occupancy. Lessee agrees that the Premises shall be occupied by no more
than (number) persons, consisting of (number) adults and (number) children without the
written permission of Lessor. Lessee shall not keep or permit to be kept on the
Premises any animal, bird, or other pet without Lessor's prior, express, and written
consent, except (description of pets allowed).

6.      Right of Entry. Lessor reserves the right to enter the Premises at all reasonable
hours for the purpose of inspection and whenever necessary to make repairs and
alterations to the Premises. Lessee grants permission to Lessor to show the Premises
to new rental applicants at reasonable hours of the day, within (number) days of the
expiration of the tenancy.

7.     Assignment and Subletting. Lessee shall not sublet the Premises, or any part
of the Premises, or assign this Lease Agreement without Lessor's prior, express, and
written consent.

8.     Maintenance and Redelivery. Lessee shall keep and maintain the Premises in
a clean and sanitary condition at all times, and on the expiration or earlier termination of
the tenancy shall surrender the Premises to Lessor in as good condition as when
received, ordinary wear and tear and damage by the elements excepted.

9.     Duty to Repair
       Lessor shall put the Premises into a condition fit for their occupation by the
       commencement of the tenancy and shall repair all subsequent damages of the
       Premises that may render them untenantable, except that Lessee shall repair all
       deteriorations or injuries to the Premises caused by Tenant’s want of ordinary
       care or greater degree of culpability.

10.    Covenants. Lessee covenants:
       A.   To keep the Premises clean and sanitary as their condition permits;

       B.     To remove from the dwelling unit all rubbish, garbage, and other waste, in
       a clean and sanitary manner;

       C.    To properly use and operate all electrical, gas, and plumbing fixtures and
       keep them as clean and sanitary as their condition permits;

       D.       To not allow any person on the Premises with Lessee's permission, to
       willfully or wantonly destroy, deface, damage, impair, or remove any part of the
       structure or dwelling unit or the facilities, equipment, or furnishings, or himself do
       any such thing; and

       E.    To occupy the Premises as a residence, using the portions of the
       Premises for living, sleeping, cooking, or dining purposes only which were
       respectively designed or i
								
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