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A month to month rental agreement is just as valid as a lease agreement for a year is and if the tenants damage your property----regardless of whether they have a month to month agreement, or a lease, you can always sue them for the damage that they cause.
Filing in small claims court is the best avenue so long as the money you are seeking from the tenants is within the limit of the small claims court there in Utah---which is $11,000.
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