Legal definition of tenancy at will
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tenancy at will

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... if no time has been determined as to the length of the rental agreement, it is considered to be a tenancy at will. That means that either landlord or tenant may terminate the tenancy by 30 days notice. Neither landlord nor tenant has to wait to the expiration of the lease term because none has been set in the agreement.
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