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This is a breach of contract if the property was not made available on the date in the lease.You would be able to sue here for damages including any rent or hotel expenses you incur or storage or other costs.
You may want to send her a demand email or letter threatening suit the property is not immediate vacated pursuant to th e terms of the lease.She is in breach and you have remedies including specific performance and damages and legal fees and costs here as well.
You may have to sue if she will not agree to vacate and turn over the property to you and seek specific performance and damages for your lost time, rent, storage fees, anything else you have incurred here.
And certainly you are due a refund of your deposit as well.
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