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A good example of periodic tenancy is the month-to-month tenancy.
Definition. In terms of the RHA, a month to month lease agreement occurs after a tenants fixed term lease expires, whereby the tenant does not vacate the premises and/or does not renew their fixed term lease with the landlord. This results in a month to month agreement commencing automatically.
A short-term lease generally refers to a lease with a duration of less than six months. Often, they are based on a month-to-month rental agreement, which may or may not be renewed at the end of each month.
What is a month-to-month lease? A month-to-month lease is an agreement between a landlord and a tenant that establishes occupancy without a specific end date. Each month, the lease automatically renews until either the landlord or tenant gives proper notice to end the contract.
Firstly, many landlords assume the minimum length of a tenancy under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy has to be 6 months. Not so. It is perfectly legal to let your property for less than 6 month. In fact there is no minimum period for an AST.
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If your landlord wants to end your periodic tenancy, they usually have to give you 90 days notice. In some cases, your landlord only has to give you 42 days notice.
Eviction for No Lease or End of Lease To do so, they must first terminate the tenancy by giving proper notice to move out (7 days for tenants that pay month-to-month). Once the tenancy ends, if the tenant remains on the property, the landlord can move forward and file an eviction lawsuit.
Eviction for No Lease or End of Lease To do so, they must first terminate the tenancy by giving proper notice to move out (7 days for tenants that pay month-to-month). Once the tenancy ends, if the tenant remains on the property, the landlord can move forward and file an eviction lawsuit.
Eviction is a type of court case. In North Carolina, an eviction case is called summary ejectment. Landlords can file to legally remove a tenant rented property if the tenant has failed to pay rent, violated the lease agreement, or if other conditions apply.
If there is no tenancy agreement, a tenant cannot be given a section 21 notice for eviction. Instead, a landlord must use a section 8 notice (with a ground for eviction). To be able to evict a tenant in the absence of a written tenancy agreement, a landlord will need to apply to the courts for a possession order.

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