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Last weekend I decided to vacate my apartment. I just let my landlord know I will be leaving the 31st. It is the 20th and that is less than 30 days. My roommate left last weekend, and he gave 30 days notice but I never did because I thought I Dont Expect You To Notice - Easyworld - I Dont Expect You To Notice (DVD) would slug it out until the end of the lease.
However, I have realized I can't afford the apartment by myself. I live in New York State. We had a year lease and paid a security deposit of one-month's rent. Even though we have this lease, I remember the landlord saying we were paying "month-to-month". I'm pretty confused and would like some help.
Do I need to pay anything if I vacate at the end of the month? In regards to the lease: the lease states: "The tenants agree to give at least 60 days written notice when they plan to vacate the apartment. Help Yourself (Gli Occhi Miei) - Brenda Lee - Johnny One Time the tenants vacate the apartment before one year, Sept. There is no stipulation as to what will happen if there is no 60 day notice.
The only stipulation I see is if I get out before September, I lose my deposit. You are locked into your lease until August 31st.
Not only is he going to keep your security deposit, he can bill you for any damages to the apartment, and he can also expect you and your roommate to pay for rent until the end of August. You need to call him immediately and ask him what monies you will still owe for breaking the lease and if the apartment is damaged. If you have a written lease for one year that is not expired, you are NOT on a month-to-month lease.
Even if you were, you would have to give a day notice to vacate. You are paying every month, but the lease is not a month-to-month. Since your year-long, written lease states that you must give a day notice, you will definitely lose your security deposit.
It's possible that the landlord may charge you fees for breaking the lease or for having to re-lease the apartment, though if this is not written into your lease the landlord may not be able to. IF they are holding a deposit they will keep it. Some times they may require you to pay a fee depending on what you signed in your contract. Landlords get stiffed all the time, so they have a tendency to have undesirable attitudes.
Stock up on winter home essentials. Get your last minute gifts! More holiday gift inspiration. Mike H. Update: In regards to the lease: the lease states: "The tenants agree to give at least 60 days written notice when they plan to vacate the apartment. Update I Dont Expect You To Notice - Easyworld - I Dont Expect You To Notice (DVD) There Compagni, Sostiamo, Il Campo Esploriamo - Riccardo Muti, Giuseppe Verdi, Coro Del Teatro Alla Scala, no stipulation as to what will happen if there is no 60 day notice.
Answer Save. Simpson G. The fee could be the same as one months rent. How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer. RetiredDebtFree Lv 6. Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.
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