month-to-month


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month-to-month

adj. referring to a tenancy in which the tenant pays monthly rent and has no lease, and the tenancy can be terminated by the landlord at any time on thirty-days notice. (See: tenancy, landlord and tenant)

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1 percent seasonally-adjusted month-to-month but increased 7.
This is the second straight month-to-month increase.
They can opt to pay for a bundle on a month-to-month basis - at the same prices charged to customers with a term contract - with pricing certainty for one year and no early termination fee.
While the month-to-month lease may be a rarity for big national retailers, some regional and local tenants have gone that route.
So after the old lease expired in December 2001, the city went on a month-to-month basis - terms that raised the rent from $217,000 to $266,000 a month.
On a month-to-month basis, the BOJ said domestic wholesale prices in August moved up 3.
Verizon Wireless' new Month-to-Month agreement gives customers the freedom to purchase new devices at full-retail price, or use their own CDMA devices without the commitment of a one- or two-year contract.
Under this plan, on a month-to-month contract, a 20-minute daytime call between Ann Arbor and Flint would cost $3.
Board president Genethia Hayes said keeping Burke in his job on a month-to-month basis would allow time to determine if the accusations were true.
There is a closer relationship between annual changes in the index and actual market performance than with month-to-month comparisons; analysis shows a strong parallel between changes in the index from a year ago and the actual pace of home sales in coming months.
There is no doubt the three month-to-month increases during the last four months are very positive, although I'd feel even better if the index was growing on a year-over-year basis as well.
The latest increase was the first since January and the strongest month-to-month gain since January 2005.