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We are month to month and signed that we would give 60 days notice. is it possible to give 30 and not be held accountable? thx.

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would we be required to pay this extra month even though we are month to month? it doesn't seem to make sense, since we are month to month.

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Notice is typically the length of time for each renewal term in your situation so it would be 30 days.

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Your question doesn't state whether you have always been month-to-month or if you are in a holdover situation. Generally speaking, the notice provision should match the timeframe of the lease. Still, it may be easiest to negotiate a an exit with the landlord. If you give 30 days notice, he may not want to go through the trouble to hold you to the additional 30 days.

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