Virginia Month to Month Rental Agreement Form

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The Virginia Month to Month Rental Agreement is a legally binding document that is designed to allow a tenant to rent a property on a month to month basis. There will be a commencement date but the expiration date is simply a written notice, by either party, to vacate the property in 30 days according to Virginia § 55.1-1253(A). The tenant will be allowed to continue to rent month to month as long as rent payments are on time and the landlord has not served a 30 notice for the tenants to vacate. This agreement is appropriate for a landlord and/or tenants who may have a need to leave or take possession of the property as they wish.

Minimum Termination Period – 30 days

Laws§ 55.1-1253(A)

How To Write

Step 1 – Parties

  • Name of individual owner or business
  • Enter the street address
  • Enter the mailing address
  • Telephone number during business hours
  • Enter emergency number
  • Email address
  • Enter the tenant’s name(s)
  • Managing Agent (if applicable)

Step 2 – Authorized Minor or Other Occupants

  • Enter the names of other authorized persons who will reside on the property

Step 3 – Titled Sections – Tenants will need to read and agree to all of the remaining sections before signing the document as follows:

  • Lease and Premises (landlord must enter the physical address of the property)
  • Applicable Law
  • Term (landlord must enter the commencement date of the agreement)
  • Rent – (landlord must enter the amount of the rent and the day of each month that the rent is due)
  • Late Fee
  • Dishonored Checks
  • Security Deposit (landlord must enter the amount of the security deposit and acknowledges the receipt of said deposit)
  • Move In Condition
  • Delivery of Possession
  • Sublease and Assignments
  • Use of the Premises
  • Landlord’s Rules
  • Locks, Keys and Peepholes
  • Attorney’s Fees and Litigation
  • Property Damage and Maintenance
  • Death or Disability Requiring Relocation
  • Move Out Inspection
  • Utilities
  • Pets (landlord must enter the amount of pet deposits)
  • Waiver of Breach
  • Joint and Several Liability
  • Incorporation and Modification
  • Severability
  • Condition
  • Third Party Notice (tenant may supply a third party to send notices to, landlord must enter the name of the third party, if any)
  • Disabled Tenant or Member of Household
  • Renter’s Insurance
  • Reference and Release of Information
  • Family Abuse
  • Quiet Enjoyment of the Premises

Step 4 – Signatures

  • Landlord’s Signature
  • Date of Signature
  • AND
  • Tenant’s Signature(s)
  • Date of Tenant’s Signatures