When is rent due on land that is used for agricultural purposes with no contract?

Full Question:

I rented a land for agriculture purposes. The rental agreement does not have a clause specifying the date and time for the payment of rent. Under Oklahoma law, if the rented land is used for agricultural purposes, when should the tenant pay the rent to the landlord?
01/23/2017   |   Category: Landlord Tenant   |   State: Oklahoma   |   #30817

Answer:

In Oklahoma, the rent of an agricultural land is required to be paid yearly, that is on the end of each year.The relevant statutory provision in this regard is stated below.
41Okl. St. § 37 reads:
“When there is no contract or usage to the contrary, the rent of agricultural and wild land is payable yearly at the end of each year.”