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That's why I have a holdover rent claus.

If the rent is $2000 a month and the tenant wants to stay beyond the lease term, the rent gets automatically increased to $2900 a month.

Make sure it is in writing in your lease.

Other than that you can file Unlawful Detainer, tresspassing whatever works in your state.  Make the courts throw them out.


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It will depend on the terms mentioned in your lease clause - generally a increment of 10% to the original rent is increased after the lease expires. 
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