If he stays beyond the lease term, on Sept 1 you serve him a 3 day notice to evict for non payment of rent and if he does not pay the full month's rent and leaves on the 8th then you sue for the rent for the month for his failure to vacate to give you time to properly rent the premises and you would be able to withhold his security deposit giving him written notice you are holding it based on his breach of the lease and failure to leave at the end. Then you can sue for all of your damages for him not abiding by the lease.
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