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Indiana Month-to-Month Lease Agreement

An Indiana month-to-month rental agreement is a residential lease with no fixed end date. It renews monthly and terminates when the landlord or tenant provides the required notice. The landlord can also increase the rent at any time or make any other adjustments to the lease with standard notice.
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Laws

  • Minimum Termination Period – To terminate a month-to-month lease, a minimum of 30 days’ notice is required (or longer if specified in the agreement).[1] For a week-to-week lease, seven days is sufficient.[2]
  • Increasing Rent – Landlords may increase the rent at their discretion. Providing notice commensurate with the length of the agreement is recommended.

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