A temporary lease ends on the day indicated in the lease agreement, unless both parties agree to early termination. If, for example, the limited duration is between January 1 and December 31, the lease automatically ends on December 31. Unless the tenant and landlord make other arrangements, the tenant must move before noon on December 31. The temporary rental agreement ends without notice on the date indicated in the rental agreement. Landlords and tenants can agree to continue after the expiry of the term. A lease is a contract between a lessor and a tenant (or tenant) that sets the rules that both parties will follow. Leases are also called residential or rental agreements. For example, a tenant has a monthly lease that lasts from the first day of the month to the last day of the month. If, on June 2, the tenant has a monthly lease on the 30th Instead, the rental agreement expires on July 31. Tenants and landlords can terminate a rental agreement for various reasons, such as: A periodic rental agreement means that no end date is included in the housing rental agreement. The tenant can continue to reside in the property until the tenant or landlord sends the termination of the lease.
There are different types of periodic rentals, including monthly periodic rentals (for which the tenant agrees to rent monthly and pay the monthly rent) and weekly periodic rentals (for which the tenant agrees to rent week after week and pay weekly rent). The Tenant Checklist (PDF, 113 KB) gives new tenants important questions to ask their landlords before signing a contract. A periodic lease agreement has a start date, but no end date. If a lessor wishes to carry out major renovations where the rental premises must be empty or if the lessor intends to transform the premises into a condo, the lessor must give the tenant a period of one year to terminate the periodic lease. Major renovations do not include painting, flooring replacement, or routine maintenance. The necessary termination depends on the person resigning and the type of rental agreement. . . .