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How to terminate a month-to-month lease

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01/06/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

A tenant is on a month-to-month lease and is current on his rent. However, the landlord for this property, which I manage, does not want the month-to-month lease to renew any longer. What form should I use?

Use the Notice of Landlord’s Intent Not to Renew (TAR 2217). The landlord must still comply with the notice requirements in Paragraph 4B of the TAR lease.

Categories: Legal
Tags: residential lease, terminating lease, landlord, property management

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