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What state are you in?
Do you have a written lease and if you do, when does it expire?
What is your legal question about the situation you have described?
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Does your written lease contain any renewal option, which would give you the right to renew the lease?
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Unfortunately, generally, if the lease doesn't have a renewal option, then the landlord can in fact, legally provide a non-renewal notice prior to the expiration of the lease term, without providing any reason for termination and unfortunately, if such termination is given by the landlord or landlord's agent (such as management company) unfortunately, the tenant would not have any type of legal recourse, other than to vacate the rental house upon the expiration of the lease or to attempt to contact management company or landlord to see if a renewal can be negotiated.
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