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Posted by duh on January 30, 2001 at 19:21:24:

In Reply to: Breaking Lease-moving out of State posted by Sherry on January 29, 2001 at 12:47:41:

A lease is a legally binding document between owner and tenant. If your son and his friends had wanted to, they could have selected a shorter term. They could legally be held to all the terms of the lease they agreed to. However, many landlords would accept the arrangement you are proposing -- it all depends on where they live.

: My son and his two roomates are in college and are moving out of State for internship jobs. They have 6 months left on their lease. Can they legally give a 30 day notice and forfeit their deposit and break the lease?

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