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Ending Your Lease / Moving Out

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Find helpful articles and free court forms related to ending your lease or moving out by following the links below.

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What Happens if I Break My Lease Agreement? (FAQ)

Learn what you need to do when you move out, what legal reasons you might have to break your lease, what happens if you break your lease, and how you can sublease your unit.

What is an Oral Rental Agreement? (FAQ)

If you rent a residence in Montana, this article will help you learn your rights under an oral rental agreement and what you can do to enforce your rights.

When Your Landlord Can Raise Your Rent in Montana (FAQ)

Learn when and by how much your landlord may raise your rent whether you rent from a private landlord or get housing assistance.

What is a Legal Notice to Vacate?

Learn what Montana law says is a valid notice to vacate. Download a free form that you can send to your landlord to tell them if the notice they sent you wasn’t valid.

Steps a Landlord Must Follow to Get Rid of a Tenant's Property (FAQ)

If you leave property behind when you move out there is a process your landlord must follow before they can dispose of your things. If you get a notice from your landlord about property you left behind you should respond and go get the property.

Notice of Moving Out (write-in-the-blank form)

This download a free letter to write to your landlord to let them know you will be moving or have already moved.

What is a Legal Notice to Vacate?

Learn what Montana law says is a valid notice to vacate. Download a free form that you can send to your landlord to tell them if the notice they sent you wasn’t valid.

Improper Notice to Vacate Letter (write-in-the-blank form)

Download a free legal form to tell your landlord that the notice to vacate your landlord gave you is not proper under the law. Do not use this form if you own a mobile home and rent only the lot that it sits on.

Security Deposit Demand Letter (Interactive Form)

Use a free interactive program to help you write a letter to your landlord asking for your security deposit back.

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