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Susan Rita Feierman Solomon

Palo Alto attorney.

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  1. 30 day notice after lease is expired

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Susan Rita Feierman Solomon
    2 lawyer answers

    Most likely, yes. In general, if your lease term ended two weeks ago and you continued to live in the premises, continued to pay rent, and you pay rent monthly, you automatically became a "month-to-month" tenant even though you did not sign a new lease. As a month-to-month tenant, thirty days prior written notice is usually required for either party to terminate the lease. Although you may be liable for rent for thirty days from the date of notice, the landlord is required to mitigate...

  2. 30 day notice after lease is expired

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Susan Rita Feierman Solomon
    2 lawyer answers

    When determining your rights and obligations under your lease, first review the lease itself for specific provisions regarding the issue. In general, a lease terminates at the expiration of the specified term. The thirty day written notice provision usually refers to a notice to terminate the lease when the lease continues after the initial term ends and the lease becomes a "month-to-month" lease which can be terminated by either party by giving thirty days advance written notice to the other....