Posted by Sam on March 01, 1999 at 23:05:08:
In Reply to: Re: SOS ! Work Transfer posted by Sam on March 01, 1999 at 23:02:28:
: : My employer is advising me to work in another state.
: : Do I have relief for the lease breakage for reason of
: : a legitimate transfer? Is there any law or statute
: : stipulating relief from the lease (January to August)
: : which I hope to terminate in 31st March due to
: : cited reason?
: : My present locale is in Massachusetts... Thanks for
: : any help/or tips provided...
: Try here:
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Do you have any information about the legal ramifications of breaking your lease? What are the
tenant's rights if they are unhappy with the location of their rental and want to move out early?
Convenience of the location of the apartments is not grounds for breaking your lease...
Health code violations that aren't repaired after proper notice, or other violations of
your rights under the lease to constitute a breech of contract would be another story.
If you break your lease, you are responsible for the rent until it is re-rented or until your
lease would expire (whichever comes first) If it is rented out for less for the period
remaining on your lease, you are responsible for the difference. You can also be
responsible for the advertising costs, brokers' fees the landlord may pay to re-rent it,
legal fees and court costs of chasing you, your roommates or any co-signor.
Remember your lease is jointly and severally; which means the landlord can go after
any one or all parties (tenants & co-signors) for the full amount.
If the landlord says: "OK you can move out." Get it in writing.. He can go after you if
there is no written proof.
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