And I agree with you. One months notice.
You are not
bound to any new agreement unless you signed it.
to extend is simply that. The landlord was always at liberty to refuse. If he
accepted by giving you the renewal memorandum which you then signed, it would
think the landlord is trying to manipulate the paperwork because the last
sentence of your post quite clearly states exactly what your understanding is.
He is entitled
to one months notice but do give it to him in writing. Please note it is one
calendar month and not four weeks.
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