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If you just signed a lease yesterday can you break it?

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2015-07-16 19:26:53
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No! NOt unless you are in the Military and received orders to report elsewhere.Checkout http://apartments.about.com/cs/magazines/g/military.htm?terms=Military+and+breaking+a+lease for more details.

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