Yes it is
So in response to the second answer. If we move out before the eviction is forced and the release the building in 4 months time for the same amount we pay now are we liable for the remaining months on the lease or just the difference between now and the time it is leased to someone else?
Ok so for my understand:
If we move out the day before the eviction, we would be liable only for monthly rent after the fact if:
-The landlord has no tennant
-The landlord rents at a lower amount
-The new tennant moves out etc before the lease term we agreed expires?
If they rent it out say November first for $2250 per month am I correct in thinking from you info above the follwoing:
We would owe :
And that would be all as long as the new tennant stayed throughtout the term I was agreed too?
Also you mentioned "make it right" any thoughts on this offer?
Thanks! I appreciate you advice.
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