I am moving out of my apartment legally but I went and picked up a copy of lease and in 3 spots owner nor agent signed is it still a valid lease what I have read says it is void
Lack of a signature doesn't make it void, but it is enforceable only as a month-to-month tenancy. Even a lease which is only a month-to-month tenancy can nevertheless be a contract, and a contract lacking a signature can sometimes still be effective. Parties' emails, correspondence, phone calls, and conduct can sometimes substitute for signatures and create a contract. You say the landlord's signature is missing in three spots. That seems to indicate that the landlord signed somewhere, but not everywhere. If that's the situation, it's not void, but there may be issues about the effectiveness of particular clauses. We would need to know more about the context and the transaction documents to give a useful evaluation.
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I agree with Mr. Stimmel's excellent response. Your lease may not be signed but up until now all parties behaved as it was valid. Behavior is a strong argument for enforceability, but it only an argument, and if you are moving next time you should insist on a signed version of the lease.
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