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If you are planning to rent out your property in Hawaii, it is important to have a clear and concise rental agreement in place. A month-to-month rental agreement is a great option for those who do not want to commit to a long-term lease but still want the security of a legal document.

Here are some simple things to include in your month-to-month rental agreement in Hawaii:

1. Names of the parties involved: Be sure to include the full names of the landlord(s) and tenant(s) in the agreement.

2. Property description: Describe the property being rented, including the address and any features such as parking spots or outdoor areas.

3. Rental amount and payment terms: Clearly state the monthly rent amount and specify when payment is due. Include any late fees or penalties for missed payments.

4. Security deposit: Outline how much the security deposit will be and how it will be returned at the end of the tenancy.

5. Utilities and services: Specify which utilities and services are included in the monthly rent, such as water, electricity, garbage, and internet.

6. Maintenance and repairs: Clarify who is responsible for maintaining and repairing the property. Be sure to include how repairs will be handled and any emergency contacts.

7. Termination clause: Include a termination clause that outlines how either party can end the tenancy. Typically, a month-to-month rental agreement requires a 30-day notice before either party can terminate the lease.

8. Governing law: Specify the governing law for the rental agreement, which may vary by state and municipality.

By including these simple elements in your month-to-month rental agreement, you can ensure that both you and your tenant have a clear understanding of the rental terms and expectations. This can help prevent misunderstandings and disputes down the line.

It is also important to have your rental agreement reviewed by a lawyer to ensure it meets all legal requirements in Hawaii. This can help protect your rights as a landlord and ensure a smooth rental experience for both parties.