I would recommend checking the language of the initial lease on the terms if the residency continues after expiration. I would also suggest going to the local housing authority to find out more about the monthly contractual terms in that state. For a lease to be valid, both parties must sign the contract. Depending on the laws of your state, when a manager represents an owner, the owner may or may not be mentioned in the rental agreement. A lease, also known as a temporary agreement, allows the tenant to rent the property for a fixed period of time. Most leases have a term of six months or a year. The conditions are immutable during the lease, unless the tenant accepts the changes. Unlike a lease, a lease is not automatically renewed in the event of termination. Instead, a lease becomes a monthly lease if the lessor allows the tenant to stay in the rental unit and pay the rent after the lease ends. If a lessee signs a lease agreement as a lessor and the lessor who was signed as a lessee invalidates it, the most important thing is not to rush to sign your contract.. . .