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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* Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers stores' sales increased 0.3% seasonally-adjusted month-to-month and 3.2% unadjusted year-over-year.
* Clothing and clothing accessories stores' sales increased 0.4% seasonally-adjusted month-to-month and 2.4% unadjusted year-over-year.
Similarly, month-to-month non-food inflation slowed down to 0.2 percent in December 2012 from 0.4 percent recorded in November.
On month-to-month basis, average wholesale prices for major food crops shot up, with sorghum selling dearly, followed by maize and rice.
The Certificates of Deposit held by banks fell 8.2 per cent month-to-month in July to Dh108.2 billion.
Total private funds, which is the total of capital and reserves of the banks, showed 0.2 per cent month-to-month growth in July to Dh269 .4 billion.
On a month-to-month basis the January index number was down 2.17 percent from the Home Sales Price Index number in December 2010 of 47.70.
While the month-to-month lease may be a rarity for big national retailers, some regional and local tenants have gone that route.
A sample sale apparel store took month-to-month space across from the Puck Building, as the landlord searches for a five-year tenant to occupy the space at $12,5000/month.
On a month-to-month basis, the BOJ said domestic wholesale prices in August moved up 3.2% for such petroleum products as fuel oil C, while farm and fisheries products increased 0.8%.