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LANDLORD TENANT LAW
1. LL's rights and remedy I. Types of tenancy a. Term of years: it will continue for a designated period i. Termination: it automatically expires when the agreed period ends, or upon breach of terms, or eminent domain b. Periodic tenancy: lasts for an initial fixed period and then automatically continues for addition equal periods until either the landlord or tenant terminates the tenancy by giving advance notice. c. Tenancy at will: has no fixed duration and endures only so long as both the landlord and the tenant desire. i. Today most tenancies at will arise by implication, not from an express agreement. E.g. under an unenforceable lease, before any lease has been negotiated. ii. Usually ends by advance notice (at common law, it ends whenenver the landlord or tenant chooses, any form of notice would terminate the tenancy immediately) iii. One way tenancy at will (T can occupy premises for as long as he wants) can be construed as tenancy at will, or a determinable life estate.
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