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The Residential Landlord and Tenant Act of 1977 regulates the relationship between landlords and tenants in Montana and also provides the procedures a landlord must follow when evicting a tenant. The most common grounds for eviction are failing to pay rent and violating the lease agreement. check to learn more.
The Montana eviction process has different notice requirements depending on how long the tenant has been renting and the landlord’s reasons for evicting you. Most reasons for evictions concern nonpayment of rent or breach of a material term in the lease agreement. check to learn more.
A landlord who decides to evict a tenant before the tenant’s lease or rental agreement has expired must have legal cause. Montana law provides several different types of legal cause, including failing to pay rent or violating the lease or rental agreement. check to learn more.