8 days till we close on our house and still have 8 months lease and havent told landlord because she dosent answer wont have rent money?
- Nuff SedLv 72 months ago
"She doesn't answer"?? She doesn't HAVE to answer. You simply send the required written notice of termination via certified mail and automatically get proof that it was delivered. If she objects and wants to sue you for unpaid rent, that's up to her, assuming you aren't able to work things out like adults.
- Anonymous2 months ago
You aren't big on planning are you?
- curtisports2Lv 72 months ago
Be prepared to be sued for the amount of rent the landlord loses until a replacement tenant can be found. You have no legal grounds for breaking the lease.
- Christin KLv 72 months ago
You signed the lease, and therefore you owe the rent on that lease unless you can work something out with your landlord. Break the lease and you will STILL owe the rent money. It doesn't matter if you bought a house or not. A contract is a contract and a lease is a contract.
You should have told your landlord about your closing date as soon as you knew your home purchase had gone through. I would suggest doing everything you can to contact that landlord in writing about this. But don't be surprised if your landlord is pretty upset and refuses to work this out with you. You've given her no notice at all.
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- LollyLv 72 months ago
Bad planning, you owe the rent until you either find a replacement tenant or pay the penalty for breaking the lease.
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- R PLv 72 months ago
Unless your lease includes an early termination clause, you are on the hook for the rent until the unit is re-rented or your lease expires.
You are buying a house, so the landlord will probably be able to attach a lien to it after he gets a judgement against you for the rent you owe.
- sunshine_melLv 72 months ago
Your lease is legally binding.
Unless your lease has a break or early exit clause, or unless your landlord agrees to end your lease early, the lease remains in place.
This means you will legally owe all the rent for the remaining 8 months.
- babyboomer1001Lv 72 months ago
You are going to have to pay what you owe, or expect to be sued, which could result in foreclosure of your home, so that the landlord can get the money she is owed. Don't expect to be able to refinance either, in the next several years, because your damaged credit will skyrocket your interest rate.Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience & with Landlord & Tenant law experience.
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