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Re: Month to month termination by Garry (Iowa) on March 5, 2018 @14:11

                              
Lets be clear here. So far in your post, you have said nothing about the OWNER breaking the current ORAL lease you have. It's only your OPINION the LL is a psychopath, and you want to leave. If you move out now, YOU would be breaking the lease, not her. Go to the LL, and ask to sign the 4 month lease. If she refuses, that means you are on a M2M oral lease. Then you can give her a MINIMUM 30 day notice IN WRITING that you will be out at the end of April. If you are going to Google anything, Google your states LL/T laws, and read them to see where you stand. You will need to pay April's rent to her, or face her starting an eviction process against you, and you don't want that. Once you are out LEGALLY, then if you don't get your deposit back, you can sue her for the return of it. As long as your rent is paid, she cannot LEGALLY lock you out. Remember, it's not what YOU WANT to do, but what you can do LEGALLY within your lease, and your state LL/T laws.
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Re: Month to month termination by Lulu on March 5, 2018 @14:40 [ Reply ]
thanks for the useless reply G
    Re: Month to month termination by Anonymous (CA) on March 5, 2018 @17:07 [ Reply ]
    The reply was what your options are legally, it's only useless if it went in one ear and out the other. Proceed at your own risk.
    Re: Month to month termination by P-Bone (NY and OH) on March 6, 2018 @07:42 [ Reply ]
    It wasn't a useless reply, it was an assessment of the facts and assumptions you laid out and it wasn't necessarily incorrect. If you proceed with some of the other recommendations, you could be the one on the hook.

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