Thank you for your reply and the additional detail.
Yes and the notice period would be subject to reasonable interpretation, which typically may be 30 days under the law of Connecticut unless you can introduce the earlier 60 day notice agreement to interpret the second contract as follows:
Typically the contract you reference as the second contract indicating that the contract constitutes the "entire agreement" would be a clause at the conclusion of a written agreement. If the second contract states that it is the entire agreement between the parties, includes all the terms of a written contract (lease term, price), and does not specifically reference and include the first contract, it appears the second contract would replace the first.
You do not indicate that the second contract was noted in any manner as an addendum to the first contract or further referenced the first contract for inclusion in the second contract. It therefore appears based on your statements that the second contract and its terms would be the entire agreement as to the lease arrangement, apparently without any reference to the 60 day notice (and the rental terms if not stated in the second contract would be subject to reasonable interpretation).
The first contract would be replaced by the second and may only have possible application if a dispute arose as to the reasonable interpretation of the second contract and it may then be possible to inject the earlier first agreement to help address that interpretation.
If you would like further information or clarification, please let me know. If an attorney prepared both contracts you may want to consult with that attorney in the event of any dispute regarding the terms of the agreement with the stylist lessee. If you need another local lawyer to review and compare the separate agreements to assist the interpretation, you can contact the local bar
association lawyer referral service to identify and interview lawyers as to their experience and fees in similar situations.