During the course of a lease, situations may occur that affect a tenants ability to live in your property for the entire duration of the lease.
In most cases, tenants would face penalties for trying to terminate a lease early but here are some circumstances, where a tenant has a legal right to break the agreement
• If the property becomes unfit and uninhabitable condition
• If the property loses running water
• If proper rubbish bins are not provided
• Not performing urgent repairs
• If a landlord violates entry rules or harasses the tenant
• If a tenant is called to active military duty
• If the tenant has been recently subjected to domestic violence (within 3 to 6 months)
• If the apartment is not a legal rental unit
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Monday, 8 April 2019