A person is a Tenant-at-Will if:
- There is an oral agreement to rent;
- There is a written agreement that either says the tenant has a month-to-month tenancy or the writing does not specify when the tenancy ends;
- The written lease has ended, a new lease has not been signed and the landlord continues to accept rent at the beginning of each month without objection; OR
- A valid notice to quit is served on the tenant and then later decide to allow him to stay in the property without a new lease.
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