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Thanks for the follow up
YOu have to give the notice, in writing, demanding the manager correct the problem and providing the manager time to correct the problem and, letting them know if they do not correct the problem, you will consider it a break of your lease.So you can not just leave. You have to tell the manager the problem and allow the manager time to correct the problem
Then, if the problem persists? You can break the lease
The key here is that you have to give them the chance to fix this...AFTER you provide them notice that you will leave if they do not.That way, if you have to break the lease, you can use that letter (you keep a copy) to prove that you gave them notice and the chance to fix this before leaving the property
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