by Micah Rubenstein
Breaking an apartment lease is a straightforward process if there are unresolved problems.
Check the validity of your lease. Ironically, it may not be a legal lease even if it has the word "lease" written on it. Legal leases must specify an end date. If it does not, then it's a month-to-month tenancy that requires only a 30-day written notice to terminate. There may be other problems with the document that give you a 30-day out. For example, if the end date expired and you're still paying rent, the agreement is now month-to-month. In addition, look for whether the lease has a 30-day termination clause or the line where an
end date was supposed to be entered is blank.
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