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Re: Tenant Broke Lease and Left Possessions There by Jason on August 2, 2018 @03:11

                              
Gerry - she's already told me that she wanted out. We talked about it.
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Re: Tenant Broke Lease and Left Possessions There by LAMAC66 on August 2, 2018 @07:23 [ Reply ]
you still have to go through the process of giving notice and following state laws regarding abandonment ect.
Re: Tenant Broke Lease and Left Possessions There by Garry on August 2, 2018 @07:59 [ Reply ]
Jason, all my suggestions were geared to protect YOU. If she is willing to break the lease, what makes you think she wouldn't file suit against you, and lie to a judge? The lease was in WRITING, and SIGNED. Do you have anything in WRITING from her recently, that says she is moving out as of a given date? (and I'm not talking about a 1-word text that says "yes" to your question of "is she out" either) Did she return the keys? Did she give you a forwarding address as to where to send her deposit statement? If she is moving only because she wanted a cheaper place, that tells me she is hurting for money. Talk is cheap. Judges want to SEE PROOF.

I'm on this forum on a regular basis, to simply try to help people, with my 38 years of experience as a landlord. If you don't want to use my advice, then don't. It won't affect me in the slightest. But YOU------what ever you do going forward, it WILL AFFECT. Good Luck to you.

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