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Are the tenants of a lease still enforceable after it's run out?






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foshizzle
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Huh? Why would humans be enforceable?





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stout
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You mean terms of a lease?





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Kafka
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you mean the tennis of a lease?

sounds like a racket






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That makes no cents





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foshizzle
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Did you meant "tenets" instead of "tenants"? Or something else? I'm honestly





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SlowFlowPro
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yes

there are rules depending on what kind of lease it was. i think a year-long lease reverts to month to month

a shorter lease reverts to a shorter period. i forget the details exactly, but it does continue to have legal effect






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mikelbr
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You mean terms of a lease?



Not a lawyer but old and know stuff. Depends. What is the actual issue? Is it a deposit?



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Teddy Ruxpin
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there are rules depending on what kind of lease it was. i think a year-long lease reverts to month to month


This is correct






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shiftworker
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Are the tenants of a lease still enforceable after it's run out?



I guess that would depend on what portions of the lease you are referring to. In the contract I have with my tenants there is a clause for month to month after the life of the original contract if both parties agree. In this case all terms of the contract are still fully in play.






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Thank you for being a future client of my company





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HeadSlash
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i think a year-long lease reverts to month to month



How about a 10 year lease?






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HarryBalzack
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quote:

there are rules depending on what kind of lease it was. i think a year-long lease reverts to month to month

This is correct
That has been my experience.

My inner smart arse wants to say, "No, after the original lease expires, it's open season. Stay as long as you want and forget about the rent."






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boosiebadazz
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reconduction

OP,

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and

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also,

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boosiebadazz
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month to month according to 2723

ZOMG THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE OK?!?!?!?!?!?!?






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Teddy Ruxpin
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Beat me to it. NOT LEGAL ADVICE!


Art. 2723. Term of reconducted nonagricultural lease

The term of a reconducted nonagricultural lease is:

(1) From month to month in the case of a lease whose term is a month or longer;

(2) From day to day in the case of a lease whose term is at least a day but shorter than a month; and

(3) For periods equal to the expired term in the case of a lease whose term is less than a day.

Acts 2004, No. 821, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2005.



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