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What do I do? It is hard to make sense of your matter because the additional information you provide keeps being inconsistent with prior details. As an example, your mention that "there would be a fee to exit" is inconsistent with the fee being for allowing you "to sublet the property to the new tenant". Exiting a lease and subletting ...


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The landlord has done no (legal) wrong Ethically it’s a bit questionable, but the law can’t help you there. Offer and acceptance The landlord made you an offer: that you could end the lease early with 30-days notice. Before you accepted that offer, the landlord withdrew it. She has every right to do this - that’s contract law 101. The fact that you acted on ...


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the landlord has been living there for a week. Is this allowed? Am I still expected to pay rent if he is living there? Generally speaking, no. But you need to verify that your lease contains no language that overrides certain basic assumption about leases. My understanding is that (1) you delivered the property, and (2) the landlord was not entitled to live ...


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