How Long Can a Residential Lease Be in Utah?

This question is about Utah Residential Lease Agreement

The maximum length of a standard residential lease agreement is one (1) year in Utah. Leases longer than one year must be in writing to be valid.

Oral leases are valid for periods shorter than one year, but it is recommended that all lease agreements be in writing. Written leases make it easier to confirm the agreements between the landlord and tenant.

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