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Does the lease require a 60 day notice if you are not going to renew?
Were you living there on June 1?
If so, did you pay the rent?
Ok, if there was the 60 day requirement, then they could charge you for up to 2 months rent or until they rented the property, whichever happens sooner. So if you didn't give proper notice under the lease, then if it took them 4/5 weeks to re-rent, they can hold you liable for that lost rent.
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