But in case of periodic rental, the termination is less than 1 month and 15 days for the increase in rent. If the landlord wishes to increase the rent of the unit he rents, he must notify his tenant in time so that it is not surprising when it is due. In this state, the landlord is required to notify the tenant for at least 45 days. According to Nev. Rev. Stat. Chapter 118A Any tenant over the age of 60 or disabled of any kind may request an additional extension of 30 days if he has fulfilled all the basic tenant obligations of the contract. In this type of rental agreement, the tenant and landlord can easily terminate it if they wish, and neither party has to provide a reason once the first month of the contract has expired.