Nevada Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
The Nevada month to month rental agreement is a relaxed arrangement between a landlord and tenant that permits a tenant to occupy residential space without an end date. The agreement continues perpetually until either party terminates the agreement which requires at least thirty (30) days’ notice (Statute 40.251).
If the landlord would like to raise the rent, or change any part of the agreement, forty-five (45) days is necessary and if the tenant is over the age of sixty (60) years they may request an additional thirty (30) days (Statute 118.300).
- All tenants are not required but highly recommended to be screened by the landlord with the rental application.
- Lead-Based Paint – Only if the housing unit was built before 1978.
- Move-in Checklist – Only if the landlord collected a deposit at the start of the lease term.