If I have a lease that automatically renews at the end of the lease term and I give my landlord a 30 day notice not to renew, am I liable for any extra rent?

Asked on September 11, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Pennsylvania

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If you give notice to your landlord in writing at least thirty (30) days before the lease that you have with him or her automatically renews that you are ending your lease as of the last day of the lease's original term, then you will not be responsible for any additional rent for your unit under the laws of all states in this country.


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