All the written portions of our expires lease is binding on new owner except the term is month to month. Any changes must be by written notice. If they don't accept no weekly payment don't spent the mid month payment and make one payment.
And yes you can move out you are there month to month. you should give a 30 day notice to eliminate LL deducting from your security deposit the less than 30 day notice days which they will do.
If you give proper 30 days notice then you don't have to worry about that. Best of luck.
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