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How can I legally get out of my lease?

Rochester, MN |

My landlord has lied about me having a criminal record, refused to make deductions in rent he promised and has repeatedly harassed me

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In most cases, if you are on a month to month lease, you can get out of it by giving at least 45 days written notice. Review your lease document, if there is one, and get a landlord-tenant attorney.

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