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HelloThis is Samuel. I suggest, yes, you have a basis for terminating the lease early without consequence. You made the complaints, you are paying for the spot and the management did nothing to assist and you also now have been a victim of a crime.I suggest you can write the management and tell them that you are terminating your lease because you do not want to live in a crime area. That you made a request that was ignored so that this would not escalate to a crime, and yet they did nothing. Due to their negligence in enforcing the rules and regulations, and not allowing you to move to another spot they have participate in making you a crime victim.Mail that letter with a copy of the photos certified mail with return receipt. I suggest you should be sure you want to move and if that is the case, give a date of termination and tell them you will be expecting your security deposit to be returned in full. In the letter, try to detail the dates that you had contact with the management about the parking space, and the date you made the request to move, the dates the other car was tagged and the date yours was vandalized.
It can reach a lawsuit level by them saying you breached your lease and they are not returning the security deposit, but you have the details of the situation and it is their negligence that has caused this escalation making you a crime victim.BTW, what did they say about the vandalism?
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