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My husband and I live in an apartment, but are buying a house soon. We have a one year lease with a penalty of 2 months rent if we break it. The entire time we have been living there they have had to come spray for roaches every two weeks and we still see them. We have even found them in our bed. We have all of our work orders saved and occasionally put the roaches in baggies and send them to the landlord to prove we still have a problem. Are we able to break our lease on the grounds that no matter what they do we still have roaches and pay way too much to deal with that?