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With nothing further signed, if the landlord accepts rent for the next month, then that would create a month to month tenancy under the same terms and conditions as the original lease with the exception that either party can terminate the tenancy with a 30 day notice.
So if there is no written renewal of the lease, the most you could be held liable for is one month unless you vacated immediately at the end of the lease term and notified the landlord of this. Then you just complied with the terms of your written lease... i.e. you vacated on the last day of the lease term.
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