17. (1) If Tenant defaults in fulfilling any of the covenants of this lease other than the covenants for the payment of rent or additional rent; or if the demised premises become vacant or deserted; of if any execution or attachment shall be issued against Tenant or any of Tenant's property whereupon the demised premises shall be taken or occupied by someone other than Tenant; or if this lease be rejected under Section 365 of Title II of the U. S. Code (Bankruptcy Code); or Tenant shall fail to move into or take possession of the premises within fifteen (15) days after the commencement of the term of this lease, of which fact Owner shall be the sole judge; then, in any one or more of such events, upon Owner serving a written five (5) days notice upon Tenant specifying t
A rental agreement is a contract outlining terms of tenancy for a certain period of time. Short-term rental agreements may renew automatically until cancelled.
Landlord-tenant law is governed mostly by state laws, and covers issues like security deposit limits and deadlines, evictions, and the right to withhold rent.