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Re: can I renew lease with 2 months time lapse? by Todd (CA) on October 4, 2017 @17:16

Does your HOA just *want* a signed year lease, or *require* one? EACH YEAR? I don't see how that could be legal, forcing you to and your tenant to constrain both of you to 1-year cycles.

I would give the HOA the original 4-year-old lease and tell them that it's still in effect, as there was no termination.

I can understand the position of the HOA wanting 1-year leases, to eliminate vacation rentals and to minimize the amount of turnover of rental residents. You've surpassed that preference/rule by years with your even longer-term tenants. The HOA forcing you to force upon your tenants another full year could interfere with an otherwise happy tenancy, triggering them to move out sooner than they would otherwise.
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