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Lease Renewal

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Washington, DC: Our one year lease states that at the end of the term (May 31, 2001) the lease will become a month-to-month agreement if not renewed. The landlord would like to increase the rent and renew the lease, but I would prefer to keep the month-to-month option in effect. I will pay the increase, but want the flexibility. What are my rights? If I refuse to renew what can he do?



If you refuse to renew the lease, then he might give you a 30 day notice to move.

Thats what a month to month lease is all about, you OR the landlord can say goodbye in 30 days!

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