YES you can sue them . . . HOWEVER
they'll state you violated the lease
and they gave you proper notice
to pay/vacate and YOU dragged
your feet. WHAT PROOF do you
have you talked to this employee?
Did you record this conversation?
You have NO proof of any of this
and you'll not be able to prevail
unless you can find some. You
can REPORT this company with
your state's Licensing Agency.
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