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May 2016 Archives

How do I break my apartment lease?

This is an extremely common question. And while friends and family may think they know the answer, relying solely on their advice can be risky. A lease is a contract, and both parties are obligated to meet the terms. As a tenant who wants out of the lease, this typically means it is your responsibility to find a new tenant or prove the apartment is uninhabitable.