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#444245 - 03/13/15 11:58 AM How reliable are 1 year leases to renew (provided you are a good tenant)?
jeffs9 Offline
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Registered: 03/13/15
Posts: 2
Loc: Florida
In my current living arrangement I have been living for over 7 years with one older couple so it is unlikely they will kick me out (I have been always a good tenant) provided they do not pass away. The apartment living arrangement will be cheaper however I am concerned about a 1 year lease. Should you not rely on a 1 year lease to renew even if you have been a good tenant or?

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#446393 - 07/12/15 06:54 AM Re: How reliable are 1 year leases to renew (provided you are a good tenant)? [Re: jeffs9]
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Registered: 05/04/12
Posts: 62
Loc: Oregon, USA
I don't quite understand what you are asking?

You need to look at your lease. Sometimes they state that the lease automatically renews for another year if you don't put in your 30 day notice to vacate, and others will say the lease automatically transitions into a month to month lease after the first year. I am not familiar with Florida state laws, but there are Tenant/Landlord laws that are in place to protect you. You should do a little research and ensure that you protect yourself.
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#448750 - 11/09/15 05:26 AM Re: How reliable are 1 year leases to renew (provided you are a good tenant)? [Re: jeffs9]
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Registered: 08/09/12
Posts: 43
Loc: NM, USA
You need to look at your lease to see what it says. If there is nothing in the lease, you should notify the landlord you want to stay another year and sign another lease.
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