I would like to break my year lease which is up August 1st 2016. There are obvious fire hazards that have been addressed but not solved.Also anemities not provided that were in listing for rental of condo by private owner.Can I legally break lease?
Fire hazards according to whom?
Did you have the fire marshall come out and make a report?
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