Renting and the law: Is tenant stuck after failing to give two-month notice?

  • by: KELLY KLEIN
  • Updated: March 29, 2013 - 4:58 PM

Q: I failed to give a two-month notice to terminate my one-year lease. I was unaware of this requirement in my lease. From everything I’ve read on the subject, Minnesota law requires that the landlord furnish notice of the “automatic-renewal” clause in a lease, which, in my case, the landlord failed to do.

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