Can I give 30 days' notice if my original lease agreement that asked for 60 days expired?
3 attorney answers
Even though the lease expired, all other terms of it remain in effect for as long as you continue to occupy the property. Therefore, you must abide by the lease provision that requires 60 days’ notice of your intention to terminate your tenancy.
Assuming there is no language in the lease to the contrary, you are currently on a month to month rental. You can give one months notice, effective at the start of the next rental period.
I agree with Ms. Rothbort. The terms of the lease still apply to both you and the landlord.
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