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TERMINATING THE LEASE Periodic Lease: If there is no provision in the month-to-month periodic lease stating how much advance notice must be given to end the lease (written or verbal), either party may terminate the lease by giving at least one calendar months written notice at any time.
2. Landlord Entry. As is the case everywhere in the country, North Dakota state law gives landlords the right to enter their tenants rented premises regardless of the lease. However, to do so, landlords must serve their tenants with reasonable notice prior to entering their premises.
North Dakota is generally a landlord-friendly state where landlords can charge whatever they deem reasonable for rent and security deposits.
To break this rental agreement, the tenant must provide their landlord with a one-week written notice. ( 47-16-15(1)) Month-to-month leases. Unless both the landlord and the tenant agree to a longer notice period, the tenant must provide the landlord with a one-month notice.
TERMINATING THE LEASE Periodic Lease: If there is no provision in the month-to-month periodic lease stating how much advance notice must be given to end the lease (written or verbal), either party may terminate the lease by giving at least one calendar months written notice at any time.
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North Dakota is generally a landlord-friendly state where landlords can charge whatever they deem reasonable for rent and security deposits.
To break this rental agreement, the tenant must provide their landlord with a one-week written notice. ( 47-16-15(1)) Month-to-month leases. Unless both the landlord and the tenant agree to a longer notice period, the tenant must provide the landlord with a one-month notice.
TERMINATING THE LEASE Periodic Lease: If there is no provision in the month-to-month periodic lease stating how much advance notice must be given to end the lease (written or verbal), either party may terminate the lease by giving at least one calendar months written notice at any time.
TERMINATING THE LEASE Periodic Lease: If there is no provision in the month-to-month periodic lease stating how much advance notice must be given to end the lease (written or verbal), either party may terminate the lease by giving at least one calendar months written notice at any time.
To break this rental agreement, the tenant must provide their landlord with a one-week written notice. ( 47-16-15(1)) Month-to-month leases. Unless both the landlord and the tenant agree to a longer notice period, the tenant must provide the landlord with a one-month notice.

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