Wow you not like the landlord, but you expect him to be kind to you?? On move out,, you should ask him when he expects to show your place.. This will let you know that you are in trouble or not.. If you mentioned before that you were staying then you have agreed to the extension and you have to go from there..
by budhah1 - a day ago
Technically if you give 30 day notice now you would owe June rent. It is up to your landlord whether they let you out of that. When I finally bought a home and moved out the the 2 bedroom apt. I had been in for many years, it took a bit more time to move and clean up than I expected. So if your landlord insists on June rent, look at it as an opportunity to not have to rush the move.
by efflandt - a day ago
I like your name. It fits. If you put up with those two things for a year you can't use it against him now. Simply tell him right now that you are leaving May 31. If he says no, you might have to stay until June 30.
by estielmo - a day ago
When your lease ends its doesn't renew into a new 1 year lease, it becomes a month to month lease unless you sign a new lease. Just give him 30 days notice now.
by BullRooster - a day ago
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