I broke the lease at the end of April, beginning of May. The only reason I did so was because I was not returning to school for medical reasons. My landlord is aware of my reason for breaking the lease. Yet, he insists that I pay him $1,600 even though I gave him at least a 30 day notice. And the lease was did not begin yet when I broke it. He has had more than enough time to find another tenant, yet he keeps coming to me to pay. I have medical expenses, rent, and monthly bills to pay, along with tuition. Is there any way I can get out of this?
Child Custody Lawyer
There are ways you can avoid these charges, but you should speak with a reputable attorney in your area for help with your particular circumstances. They would need some pretty specific facts to make a good argument here, but it can be done.
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