Q: Moving out after our lease is up.
Our 6-month lease ends May 31st, we notified our landlord, on May 2nd, that we would be out by the 31st (end of lease).
He claimes that we did not give him enough time to find a new tenant so we have to stay and pay for the month of June.
Is this correct?
A: Your written lease controls the answer to your question. If the written lease you signed says you have to give the landlord a longer notice than the customary 30 days, then whatever the lease says answers this question.
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