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Can I receive a 30 day notice to vacate after I deposited my rent for the next 30 days yesterday?

El Toro, CA |

I'm on a month to month lease going on 8 months now. I also initially provided first, last, and a security deposit. If I've already provided last months rent, how was she able to charge me again?

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Since you are on a month-to-month lease, your landlord can give you either a 30-day or 60-day notice to vacate for any reason - even if you are current on your rent. That is why it is imperative that tenants have lease agreements with specific terms.

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