Can I break my lease without consequences if the apartments don't have my social security number ?
1 attorney answer
A landlord could still sue you for breaching the lease, though finding you and collections may be difficult.
If the landlord sued you (and won) the consequences would be a money judgment against you for unpaid rent and possibly attorney's fees.
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