if memory serves me right you can but only if you can prove that there is a direct threat to your or your family but i advise to see a solicitor
Yes/no. Did you call the police when it happened? Do you have a police report? You will need these things to prove that is why you are moving. The fact that you feel unsafe is a good reason to break the lease, but if taken to court you will need to prove it.
Landlords give all sorts of crazy reasons for wanting to break leases. This is one of the strangest I have ever heard. A lease is a legal contract. It may contain a clause describing how the landlord can break it. The landlord may have sold the building for a whole lot of money. If he can get you out without having to pay you to break the lease then he gets to keep more money. His short sale does not involve you. He has a different motive. His short sale does not give him the right to break a lease. Your problem is your lease with him.
They can TERMINATE a lease, if the lessee is in violation of the lease.
Only as specified in the lease. A lease is meant to protect both you and the landlord, and is meant to be difficult to break.
Once you line up some legal resources, investigate the terms your lease to see if there's any clause that provides you with an opportunity to break lease early.Then check out the guide from www.apartmentleasebreakers.com. This guide has helped a bunch of my friends break their apartment lease by discovering the major loopholes in leasing contracts. Good Luck
You need to include payment agreements, what happens if he refuses to pay, how much time he has to get out, things he is responsible for in the building, things you are responsible for (damages or things that break), the condition the building needs to be in when he leaves, how long the lease is for.
My roommate will not agree for me to break the lease. She has insulted me doesn't pay bills on time and is emotionally draining on me. I want to break the lease but she will not let me break it what can i do?
if the landlord is not abiding by the lease you can take it to the county municipal office and legally break the lease as of the fee's i do not know
If by that you mean can you break your lease to move into another property... you have to give a certain amount of time notice that you are moving. And if you do break the lease you may still have to pay rent for that place for the rest of the length of the lease.
As a tenant, if the landlord wishes to break their own lease, you have the right to seek damages just as they would if you had broken your lease. The usual outcome for a landlord to break a lease is that the landlord forfeits any right to retain the security deposit.
Can you break a lease when renting within 24 hours in virginia
Probably, but first, you should call the local Board of Health or Building Inspector to document the situation.
No. the lease was probably backed by a bank or by the automaker.
If you paid your rent late, he didn't break the lease - you did. He can now move to terminate the lease.
oh wow did you say they have broken into your car twice? well I know this might sound obvious but have you called the cops? and i would take them to court!!!Gabi
If your landlord breaks into your apartment or enters it without notifying you, this is grounds to break a lease. You can't break a lease just because there was a break in, however. Landlords are not even legally required to tell you if you are moving into a high crime area. If you can prove this is an ongoing and pervasive problem , it may be grounds to break your lease. Get real documentation, not just hearsay.Police reports and other victims or witnesses.
a landlord may not EVER break/violate a lease. [unless the tenant wishes it so]
It is possible but not advisable to break a lease on a car. The car would be repossessed, and the repossession would go on your credit report.
Yes, you can break your lease if your landlord refuses to fix things, as long as this is specified in the lease. Your landlord is liable for keeping the home in working order and safe. Contact an attorney to help you with the lease.
no it does not
That will be specified in the contract. If it is a lease, you may break the lease if the house is not livable, or by following the terms in the lease.