Can landlord terminate a lease with a 60 days notice
4 attorney answers
The landlord cannot terminate the lease before the lease expires unless you are violating the lease agreement in some way. Perhaps you want to talk to the landlord and see if you can both agree on something reasonable?
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No, the landlord cannot unilaterally end the lease.
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As Mr. Piotrowski suggests, this situation may be an opportunity for you. Perhaps the landlord would be willing to compensate you for leaving early. Happens all the time.
From your question, it sounds like your landlord may not understand when the lease expires. Buy him a cup of coffee and talk about mutual concerns and interests. Look at the lease together. Find out what's really up. Do not be afraid of this conversation.
If it does not go well, then find a leasing pro to consult with.