I never signed my lease prior, but as an agreement to move another person in, I signed it and signed a roommate release. I found out later only the lease was processed by management although I witnessed both documents handed in and filed.
It is not clear what you are asking.
If you are trying to move out, you should ask your roommates and the landlord to let you go.
With federal complaints being made, I doubt anyone will put up too much a fight to keep you in the home.
No. Not on the facts you have provided.
What do you mean by the phrase a 'federal complaint'. You complained to the post office? Filed a case in federal court seeking damages? Wrote your congressmean?
Was it your mail they were tampering with? Or did you report them for tampering with other mail?
Your post indicates you signed a lease agreement that was processed by managment--wo what? What do you mean by processed. A management company would be expected to process a signed lease where processed means the review, copy, file and document the existence of the signed lease.
Sounds like you want the roommates off the lease--and are looking for any reason that might help accomplish that goal, however there is not enough of the right kind of information posted to determine how you might be able remove them and why you might be privileged to do so.
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