on a month to month commercial parking lot lease, what is the required notice to terminate.

In Selling Property - Asked by Trent W. - Feb 4, 2011
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Kathy S.
Broker/Agent
Petaluma, CA

Typically a rental agreement will specify the notice required. If there is none, one month notice would be the norm.

Feb 4, 2011
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Nick C.
Broker/Agent
Philadelphia, PA

Kathy is correct. If it does not state the amount of time needed to terminate the agreement (which most leases cover, even month to month) the default is usually equal to the length of the lease, or in your situation 1 month.
Hope this helps.
Nick Cisler

Feb 5, 2011
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Pete A.
Broker/Agent
Indianapolis, IN

month to month by definition is one months notice by either the landlord or tenant.

Feb 5, 2011
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Pete A.
Broker/Agent
Indianapolis, IN

month to month by definition is one months notice by either the landlord or tenant.

Feb 5, 2011
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