Posted by maven on February 07, 2001 at 12:17:25:
In Reply to: renting month to month posted by Amanda on February 07, 2001 at 11:42:47:
To those asking questions: Experienced tenants and attorneys frequenting this message board may be willing to help with their knowledge. In asking questions, please provide the following: your city/location, if you are rent stabilized/controlled, coop/condo or under any form of regulation or subsidy, lease status, units in building and when it was built.
: Question: This is my first visit to this board. I'm hoping someone here can help.
: I currently rent month to month. My original lease ended October 2000, and I have rented on a monthly basis since that time. Doing so, I incur a much higher rental fee than what is standard.
: I recently notified my apt. that I would be terminating my lease. I sent it in by fax, giving them a 45-day notice, which seems like ample time. I've been told that I am required to give a 60-day notice even though I rent on a monthly basis. Therefore, they will require me to pay a full 15 days over when I plan to move out... that's an additional $555 that I don't feel I should have to spend.
: How can they require a 60-day notice if I'm renting month to month? I know that's what I signed in the original contract, but it doesn't make sense. Can someone explain?
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