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For month-to-month and week-to-week leases, the rental agreement automatically renews at the end of the lease term unless the landlord or tenant tells the other that he or she would like to terminate the lease.
Massachusetts allows the landlord or tenant to end a month-to-month lease at any time, as long as they give 30 days notice. Its common for renters in Massachusetts to have month-to-month agreements with their landlords, instead of year-long leases with a set end date.
If you have a month-to-month lease, neither you nor your landlord is obligated to keep your agreement for more than one month at a time. This means that you can move out on 30 days notice, but it also means that your landlord can terminate your lease on 30 days notice.
Periodic Lease For month-to-month and week-to-week leases, the rental agreement automatically renews at the end of the lease term unless the landlord or tenant tells the other that he or she would like to terminate the lease.
Yes, a lease can automatically renew in Ohio. If there is an automatic renewal clause in the lease, the lease will renew according to the terms set in that clause unless notice is given to terminate the tenancy. Otherwise, a lease can be renewed if a tenant remains on the property after the lease expires.
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If you have a month-to-month lease, neither you nor your landlord is obligated to keep your agreement for more than one month at a time. This means that you can move out on 30 days notice, but it also means that your landlord can terminate your lease on 30 days notice.
Unless you have a written or oral lease that provides for a fixed rent for the lease term (such as a one-year lease), you can increase rents in any amount, but you must give adequate notice.
Generally (with a few notable exceptions, below), landlords and tenants do not have to give a reason for choosing not to renew a lease.
Guests may stay a maximum of 14 days in a six-month period or 7 nights consecutively on the property. Any guest residing at the property for more than 14 days in a six-month period or spending more than 7 nights consecutively will be considered a tenant. This person must be added to the lease agreement.
If you have a month-to-month lease, neither you nor your landlord is obligated to keep your agreement for more than one month at a time. This means that you can move out on 30 days notice, but it also means that your landlord can terminate your lease on 30 days notice.

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