A question by : I got a lease with two roommates. I am not the head tenant. Our lease ends in November 9, 2022. I will move out once the lease ends. How does one go about it if the other roommates will not move out and just me? This is what I found on the lease.
The Variable Lease Term section indicates an automatic continuance of the Agreement on a month-to-month basis after the Termination Date; the Agreement will continue after the Termination Date until either party terminates the Agreement by giving the other party at least thirty (30 days written notice signed by all RESIDENTS, or as otherwise specified by law.
The Variable Lease Term section indicates an automatic continuance of the Agreement on a month-to month basis after the Termination Date, and if you would like to vacate on the Termination Date, you must give at least thirty (30) days’ advance written notice of your intent to terminate on the Termination Date.
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You can leave, but the question is whether you’ll receive your deposit back. I would ALWAYS give my landlord notice, and if he gave me notice, I would also enable them to display my rental home to potential tenants. You’re in motion. He is eager to find a new tenant as soon as possible.
I would also begin organizing, packing, and preparing everything for the transfer a few weeks beforehand. So that everything is packaged and packed when you are ready to depart (you never have enough time).
“Give the landlord notice IN WRITING 30 days before the lease ends..”Judy
“No idea if you all signed the same contract or you each have individual contracts..same contract you all need to give 30 days notice prior to your leavingindividual contract.. you need to give 30 days before the end of your contractYou need to look at which contract you have and speak to the landlord as the landlord may want to ‘replace’ you with another tenant, or require you/roommates to find someone to replace you.”Pepsi max
“Give proper notice and you will no longer be obligated. If another tenant continues leasing, then you may not get your portion of the security deposit back until the last tenant moves out, unless you are lucky enough to convince the continuing tenant to pay it to you when you move out..”mary