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It's up to you

Posted by Ken on November 03, 2000 at 18:09:44:

In Reply to: cash out of lease? posted by Jin on November 03, 2000 at 15:52:33:

The question here is not what's "legal". It is, do you want to take the landlord's offer or leave it ?

If you don't take it his offer, you would have to go to court and prove that your landlord violated your lease which forced you to move. Going to court takes a lot of time and money. And the results can sometimes be unpredictable.

Sounds like your landlord is offering to make you a deal to avoid all that. Up to you what you decide.

: Wondering if anyone knows this is legal: my landlord in MA wants 2 months rent for me to get out of the lease, even though we are moving due to unsafe conditions.

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