Do you know how much your landlord may raise your rent?
The law in Montana does not limit the amount your landlord may charge you for rent. There is no rent control in Montana. The landlord can raise your rent any amount. This is true whether you’re renting an apartment, house, mobile home, or mobile home lot. But, the landlord cannot raise your rent until after your lease is up and must give you notice.
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