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Notice Requirements for Oregon Tenants Oregon tenants who want to get out of a month-to-month rental agreement must provide at least 30 days' written notice. One exception is if the landlord doesn't provide an exit from each bedroom in the unit, the tenant can give the landlord a 72-hour notice.
No, a commercial lease does not need to be notarized in Oregon in order to be a legally valid document; however, any party to the lease may request to have the commercial lease notarized if they so desire.
Until July 1, 2022, a tenant can avoid termination and eviction for nonpayment of monthly rent if they have applied for emergency rental assistance and have provided documentation of their application to their landlord.
A contract need not be notarized if it only involves a movable property. This means that a contract is still enforceable and valid if it has been proven that the requirement is indispensable and absolute.
Rent increases Statewide, landlords cannot raise the rent more than 7% plus inflation annually. Inflation is calculated using the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. For 2020, the maximum rent increase is 9.9%.
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If a tenant stays on the premises after a lease expires, and without prior agreement by the landlord, it becomes a holdover tenant and subject to holdover obligations outlined in the lease. Generally, a holdover tenant in Oregon will be charged a significantly increased rent rate and is subject to eviction.
You may give the notice on any day of the month, not just the first day of the month or on the day that rent is due. If you have a lease, read the lease carefully to see if the lease requires written notice before you move at the end of the lease term.
Yes. Under a fixed-term tenancy, if the tenant violated the lease three times during the past 12 months, the landlord can refuse to renew the lease if the tenant has lived there longer than a year and if the landlord gave the tenant a written warning following each of the three violations.
Oregon Rent Rules For week-to-week tenancies, landlords can raise the rent after giving seven days' written notice. For all other tenancies, landlords cannot raise rent within the first year of a tenancy. After the first year of a tenancy, landlords must give 90 days' written notice before raising the rent.
Landlords in Portland are required to give no less than 90 days' written notice for any increase that is 5% or more over a rolling 12-month period. The notice must specify the amount of the increase, the amount of the new rent and the date when the increase becomes effective.

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