Expired contract of lease

by mia antonio
(malaysia)

I have an expired cell tower lease for a year already and not receiving payment for 8 months, my question is can i make a new contract instead of renewing the old contract which done by the lessee and collect for the 8 months back payment declare as periodic tenancy with the amount i was proposing to them with same conditions that they had not replied with my counter offer instead send that contract of lease i mentioned instead they still occupy the premises no holdover clause was there in the old contract of lease? what is the best thing to do?

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May 24, 2014
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send them a termination letter
by: Anonymous

Terminate their lease officially.

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