Indiana Month-to-Month Lease Agreement

An Indiana month-to-month lease agreement is a short-term contract for the use of residential retail space between a landlord and a tenant. This legally binding document outlines the terms of the contract, such as the rent amount, due date, and other fees. This renewable arrangement continues until either party gives a one-month notice of termination.

Last updated June 13th, 2024

An Indiana month-to-month lease agreement is a short-term contract for the use of residential retail space between a landlord and a tenant. This legally binding document outlines the terms of the contract, such as the rent amount, due date, and other fees. This renewable arrangement continues until either party gives a one-month notice of termination.

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Month-to-Month Laws

Termination Notice – Landlords and tenants must each give a one-month notice before they can terminate the contract. (§ 32-31-1-1(a))

Increasing Rent – Indiana laws do not mention the notice a landlord must give; however, 30 days is standard.

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Indiana Month To Month Lease Agreement