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Good afternoon. A written agreement, is exactly that. An agreement by the parties, with the terms and conditions stated within and it is signed and executed by the parties, to evidence that they both agree. A written proposal is merely an offer. It is an intent to enter into an agreement and does not become binding until accepted and signed. If you had an agreement with them and it expired on December 31,2015, then it would be over. If they stayed thereafter, then it would be a month to month lease agreement. If you never accepted the proposal to allow them to stay until the end of April, they would be considered month to month tenants. As such, they likely do not need to give you a 90 day notice since you never agreed and unless they can show you accepted this proposal, you could ask them to vacate sooner, depending on the State where the property is located in.
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