https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/how-can-i-sue-or-get-out-of-my-apartment-lease-for-2562535.html an employee gave conflicting information about when or why she wasn't allowed to sign the lease when she told them "I will not have another day off work for several days" and the girl told her "thats not my problem" and simply wouldn't let her sign the lease. I have spoken with the employee who originally filed my paperwork for surrendering my keys. (On recording) He agreed to having told me I wouldn't be responsible for her after I did that, but because she never signed the lease it is technically still in my name. Despite her still very much wanting to live in the apartment the employee told her she would not be allowed to because she had stayed there for a week without being signed. I want out of the lease and nothing to do with this company anymore! I want money back for my car I was forced to sell and I want to be compensated for severe emotional distress! PLEASE HELP I know my post is very long and may be hard to follow but I am desperate!
You're right - it is hard to follow.
Please leave out all the unnecessary stuff and ask a simple, legal question.
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I'm sorry you are dealing with a tough situation, and there is likely some recourse available to you, but AVVO is not the proper venue to ask the kind of questions you are addressing. No attorney on here can properly provide you the detailed legal analysis needed. AVVO is designed to allow people to ask simple questions and receive general advice. AVVO is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice from an attorney you consult in person.
As to a general answer for your posts, there appear to be several issues where you could have a claim against the apartment company, but a copy of the lease agreement, the towing and impound paperwork, and any documentation related to the sale of your vehicle will need to be reviewed by a local attorney. I know you said you were a broke college student, but to get any help on this matter you will need to talk to an attorney.
This advice is for general purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Your situation is complex, and nothing you are going to learn online can possible address your needs sufficiently. You should seek counsel from a licensed attorney in your area before you take any actions.
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