1. A lease does not need to contain language specifically stating that it will automatically renew for an additional lease term. The law will imply this, unless the lease specifically states that upon the expiration of the initial lease term, it will become a “month to month tenancy”.
2. I am almost positive that the lease must contain some language with regard to the increase of the monthly rental amount. And, in any event, the law would imply that the landlord must give the tenant some advance notice (30 days, 60 days, etc.) for an increase in the amount of the monthly rent. However, I would have to review the language of the lease before I could give you a definitive Answer with regard to the rent increase.
3. Although I seriously doubt that the landlord has the right to demand that you vacate the property upon 3 days’ notice, I would not be able to give you a definitive Answer regarding on this issue without looking at the language of the lease.
JustAnswer has started a new feature called “Additional Services” and for an additional amount, we are permitted to review documents for customers and inform them on exactly what rights and obligations a particular document that they signed imposes on them. I would be penalized by JustAnswer for reviewing any customer’s documents without first sending you an “Additional Services” offer which you would be free to accept or reject.
There is no obligation on your part, but JustAnswer’s rules do not permit me to review a 20-page document which, in this case, is your lease for the same value you placed on your question and I would be penalized if I did so. I will send you an “Additional Services” offer and then you can let me know what you decide. I can tell you, however, that my 25 years experience in real property law and drafting a multitude of documents relating to all possible interests in real property, qualify me to review your documentation and tell you exactly what rights and obligations it gives you.