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What is a Utah Month-to-Month Lease?
A month-to-month lease is an option that will give the landlord and the tenant more flexibility. It is an agreement that begins with a single month, and when that month expires, the contract will automatically renew unless one of the parties have stated that they do not wish to continue with the arrangement. This will give the tenant the flexibility to move out of the unit without providing a lot of notice, so it can be convenient and a great temporary place to live. The landlord can also end the arrangement with very little notice, so they will also be able to keep the unit filled with individuals who make good tenants.
Utah Requirements for a Month-to-Month Lease Termination
Typically, with a month-to-month rental agreement, the landlord and the tenant must provide notice when they are going to vacate the property. In Utah, the landlord will need to provide a period of 15 days when they want the tenant to vacate, which should be sufficient time for them to find a new housing opportunity in the area. On the other hand, there is no statute for the tenant to provide notice. So, even though a notice is appreciated, there is not a specific time that the tenant will need to provide it before vacating the unit.
Raising the Rent in Utah
In this state, there is not a statute that the landlord must follow when they are planning on raising the rent. This means that there is no time that the tenant needs to deliver the notice before, and there is not a set amount of times that the rent can be increased per year with a month-to-month rental. The amount that the rent can be raised is also not set by the state, so the rent rates that a tenant will pay will most likely be based on the market value of rental property in the area.