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Posted by DK on September 03, 1999 at 11:59:14:

In Reply to: Re: No Lease Now, should I be asking for one? posted by Benny on September 03, 1999 at 00:19:12:

The boilerplate terms of a written lease are continued in the month-to-month tenancy which is created when the landlord accepts rent after the expiration of the lease.

By not entering into a renewal lease for a longer term, the landlord has the right to terminate your tenancy by giving you a formal notice of termination at least 30 days before the end of the month.

The benefit to you is that you can also terminate at any time without worrying about the balance of an unexpired lease. If you are committed to staying there for a long time, you are much better off getting a renewal lease where the landlord is also committing to allow you to stay.

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