I am a little confused with CT lease law as it relates to notice to tenants to vacate the property on a month-to-month lease and I am hoping someone can clarify this for me.
Briefly, we have been renting for a few years and our landlord has put the house on the market. It is going through the process and it seems from the inspection and communication, the sale is moving forward. We do not have a close date for a possible sale nor a notice to leave as of this date.
All this is happening legally at the end of our annual lease. At the end of this month, I do not expect a new lease and we will be month to month.
The first month-to-month will start 6/1.
Without a lease, the notice period appears to be three days (see below). I am confused when the three days starts. For example, if I pay rent on June 1, can I be 'evicted' with three day notice anytime during the month of June? Or, can I only be evicted with three days left in June so I would need to be out the last day of June, for example?
Does anyone know how this works legally?
CT law is as follows:
Connecticut state law does not specify how much notice tenants must provide to end a month-to-month rental agreement. Unless your rental agreement specifies otherwise, assume that you may provide the same amount of notice (three days) as the landlord to end your tenancy. Be sure to check your rental agreement which may require that your notice to end the tenancy be given on the first of the month or on another specific date.