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This is a bad idea. You had a contract and you are breaking it. You will most certainly loose your deposit so it probably isn't going to save you all that much anyway. You may be able to negotiate something with your landlord say you pay 1 month, but they get to rent immediately. If you do this and your landlord is cunning they could set up a court date ...


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I would not recommend it. The landlord will have your infomation, and they can sue you. This can flag your name in the system, and if you ever want to come back, you may not be able to; without dealing with the lawsuit. If you cannot pay for the rent right now because of the pandemic, try to explain your situation with the landlord and ask for an extension. ...


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In principle, the landlord can sue you and collect on that judgment in the country you move to. The part about the landlord suing you is less iffy: he can, because you broke the lease. Whether or not he can get the judgment enforced in your new country depends on the two countries, for example I think the US will not enforce judgments from North Korean ...


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