Nebraska Month to Month Rental Agreement Form

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The Nebraska Month to Month Lease Agreement Form enables a quickly generated standard contract form useful for At-Will tenancies. This type of agreement is particularly important to document since its main power exists in the ability to terminate the lease at any given moment requiring only that notice be given to the remaining party. Nebraska Revised Statute 76-1437 provides the rental interval be the amount of time the terminating party must allow when issuing a notice of the intent to dissolve the agreement. For instance, in a Month-to-Month rental arrangement, where rent is due once a month, the terminating party must make sure the notice issued is received one full month before the desired termination date. This may help the recipient from undue and/or uncontrollable hardships as the result of the rental arrangement’s termination.

Laws§ 76-1437(2)

Minimum Termination Period – 30 days

How to Write

Step 1 – The first two paragraphs will identity certain vital aspects of this agreement. In the first paragraph, enter the Day, Month, and Year in the first three blank spaces. Then enter the Landlord, or Lessor’s, full name. Finally, enter the Tenant, or Lessee’s, full name on the remaining blank spaces in that order.

Step 2 – In the second paragraph enter the County where the property, or premises, is located on the first blank space and the Street Address on the second blank space.

Step 3 – In Item 1, “Term,” report the first active date of this agreement.

Step 4 – In item 2, “Rent,” write out the monthly rent the Lessee shall pay the Lessor for the property in the first blank line available. Then on the next blank space, enter the dollar amount for this rent amount. Finally, on the third blank space, in this paragraph, enter the date this amount is due each month.

Step 5 – In Item 3, “Damage Deposit,” write out the security deposit the Lessor requires and enter this same amount as a numerical dollar amount in the parenthesis.

Step 6 – In Item 4, “Use of Premises,” document the names of the individuals who will be allowed to live with this Lessee so long as this agreement is in effect.

Step 7 – In Item 16, “Animals,” write in the number of pets this Lessee shall be allowed to live with on the leased premises then enter this numerically in the spaces provided on the first line. Then in the third blank space report the amount the Lessor requires as a pet deposit (enter this numerically as well).

Step 8- In Item “Late Charge,” report the late fee the Lessee will be charged for not paying the rent by the due date in full. Also enter this as a numerical dollar amount.

Step 9 – In Item 31, “Notice,” each party must give an official address where they may receive legal notices regarding the agreement or the property. The first three blank lines require this information for the Landlord to receive notices while the last three blank lines are reserved for the Tenant to report where he/she may receive such notices.

Step 10 – In Item 32, “Additional Provisions; Disclosures,” Report any additional terms, conditions, disclosures, amenities, and responsibilities the signing parties have agreed to be a part of this contract but has not been mentioned thus far.

Step 11 – At the end of this contract, the date it is being signed must be entered. Then the Landlord must sign, print, and date his or her name. Similarly, the area below this will require the date of signing and will proved enough spaces for all Tenants to sign, print, and date their names.