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, or you can visit the local library or a stationary store to get form contracts. You might be able to find something that would suit your needs without paying an attorney to write it for you.
When renting on a basis that has a specific ending date, you wouldn't need to give a notice. So, if the contract said that you were renting "from October 1 - October 31," the contract itself is notice that the contract terminates at the end of October. If you're talking about month-to-month rentals, like with a regular lease, you are required to give ten days written notice prior to the end of the month.
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