Georgia Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
Designed for individuals unsure of their exact time of stay at a property, the Georgia Month-to-Month lease agreement is structured around a lease that terminates can terminate any month with at least sixty (60) from the landlord and thirty (30) days from the tenant (44-7-6 to 44-7-7).
Although this lease is shorter than average, it is still recommended that the landlord ask the applying tenant to complete a rental application so the landlord can gain a perspective on the tenants personal history. Since there is no limit on how much a landlord may request for a Security Deposit in Georgia, even if the credit report does not come back good a hefty deposit can be requested.
- Lead-Based Paint – Federal law requires any housing unit built prior to 1978 be disclosed through this document.
- Move-in Checklist – If the landlord accepts a Security Deposit at the beginning of the lease term, the tenant must fill-in this checklist via State law (44-7-33)