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posted 2 months ago
Leasing issue in AZ, US
I rent an apt for five months and pay for short term lease fee every month. And now the lease is almost due. They said I should notice them 2 months ago about leaving date. I did receive the email but it is form for extending my lease. So I ignore them and now they point out at the bottom of this form they notice the 60days term and it does in leasing agreement. For this, they required an additional two months rent. I consider it’s unreasonable and I don’t want to pay. What consequences if I decided to move out at the current lease due day.
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MoAboshanab
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posted 2 months ago
It's essential to review your leasing agreement thoroughly to understand the notice period required for moving out. If the agreement specifies a 60-day notice, the landlord may have grounds to request additional rent. Moving out without providing the required notice might result in consequences, such as: 1. Financial Penalties: The landlord may charge you additional rent for not giving the stipulated notice. 2. Security Deposit: Your security deposit might be impacted. The landlord could use it to cover any unpaid rent or fees. 3. Legal Action: In extreme cases, the landlord may take legal action to recover unpaid rent or damages. Consider discussing the situation with your landlord to find a resolution, explaining the misunderstanding. If needed, seek advice from a local tenant association or legal professional to understand your rights and options in Arizona.
contractormehernaz0
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posted 2 months ago
If you decide to move out you and the contract contains a clause which suggests breach by moving out earlier then you might face legal consequences but again it depends on the contract. Do share the contract and then I can advise you properly.
oobasogie
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posted 2 months ago
From your question, it is clear that you are still occupying the premises at present. Until you have finalized arrangement for another apartment, it is better not to communicate the decision to move out to the landlord or authorized agent. Unfortunately, it is not clear from your question whether it is a residential or commercial apartment. However, it is your agreement with your landlord or authorized agent that governs your tenancy. Again, unfortunately it is not clear from your question whether the agreement is written or oral. However, we advise that you furnish us with all documents relating to the tenancy in a subsequent consultation to enable us advise you properly on possible consequences (if any) if you move out at the current lease due date. Feel free to contact us by clicking the consult button for further assistance in this regard.
Shivan
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posted 2 months ago
If you move out without providing the 60-day notice as required in your lease, you may face a breach of contract, leading to legal action and financial liability for additional rent. This could also impact your credit score if the debt is reported, and it may affect your future rental opportunities. It's important to review your lease agreement and possibly seek legal counsel for a clearer understanding of your rights and obligations. Negotiating with your landlord for a resolution could help mitigate these potential consequences. Let me know if you need any further information. Regards, Shivan Alhussein.