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When a lease expires it automatically becomes a Month to Month Lease. Which means that either party can end the lease with 30 days notice.
The remaining terms of the original lease - regarding rent - continue forward. Look at your son's original lease and see if it says anything about hold over and month to month terms.
If it is silent the rent stays the same unless and until the landlord provides a written notice. If no written notice was given regarding a rent increase your son does NOT owe any additional money for past rent.
If your son plans to move out he can do so. He needs to provide 30 days notice prior to the next rent due date.
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