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My lease is ending in July 31st and the lease addendum states clearly "tenants are required to give 90 days notice of vacating unit at end of lease." My tenants originally agreed to renew the lease two weeks ago but kept telling me to wait for the signed renewal/extended lease for the pass two weeks. Then today he sent me a written notice not to renew, which is less than 60 days of lease ending. Is this consider tenant lease defaults? Do I have the right to keep any tenants security deposits?

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yes default.   you can keep deposit till re rented

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While the lease says 90 days, what does your state law require?  Even if it is written in the lease, many judges won't enforce more than the state requirements.  What state are you in?
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