What happens if a lease is broken?

Answer A lease is a signed agreement between two parties: the first party owns the item being leased (whether that be a car, a house, an apartment, or even a computer), and the second party is paying for ... Read More »

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If you have a year lease for a house and you pay your rent on time every month can the lease be broken because the property management suddenly found you had a bankruptcy?

If they asked you on the application, and you lied, then, yes, technically, that is a lease violation that gives the landlord the right to terminate the lease. But, you make a very good point - why... Read More »

What happens if an apartment lease is broken?

On One Hand: Most Leases Spell Out Terms for Early Termination.A lease is a legal contract between a tenant and landlord that lasts for a set time period, usually either one year or month to month.... Read More »

Broken Lease Agreements?

Breaking a lease agreement is usually an expensive move for the tenant, who may be required to pay the balance of rent due for the term of the lease, even if they are no longer living in the rental... Read More »

How to Get an Apartment With a Broken Lease?

Evidence of a broken lease can count against you when you look for a new rental. After all, no one wants a prospective tenant who might break a lease again. When deciding whether to approve an appl... Read More »