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What state are you in? Does the lease address the notice period?
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For a month to month oral lease, a landlord can simply give written notice to move with no reason necessary, allowing 30 days (for occupancies of one year or less) or 60 days (for occupancies of more than one year, but only 30 days if the property is sold and other conditions are met) as required by Oregon law.
Oregon like most states has a law requiring the tenant to have "peaceful enjoyment" of the property they rented. That does not mean showings every day, it does not mean clean the house for showings and it does not mean they have to leave the house for showings either. 24 hours notice for non-emergency entry to the house is necessary and it should normally be between business hours although the landlord can negotiate with the tenant for greater access such as a reduction of rent.
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