I sincerely hope that the landlord is not crazy enough to break a lease because he "doesn`t like" the tenant. If there was no reason to terminate the lease, it would violate the contract. You may be able to terminate your lease prematurely if there is a break clause in the contract. These are rare and can come with conditions. Check your lease carefully to see if they allow you to leave before the end date. It is important for the owner to document everything, especially the letter of early dismissal. You need this documentation to track and control how much money is committed to this situation, and you may need the documents if you end up going to court for disagreements. If a customer has signed a lease but has changed their mind about moving in, you should treat the notification as an intention to break the lease. Unfortunately, there is not much you can do. You`re the tenant and you`re sublet, so you`d be responsible. Even if the person you have sublet is the one who is unreasonable. The owner had no agreement or conditions with her except you. So it would be your problem to deal with it.
I signed a lease in Missouri and was unable to take possession of the property on the agreed date. The toilets were not installed and there was a terrible spell, maybe mold. We do not have time to move completely before our current lease is concluded, so we just want to renew it instead of going to this new place. The owner would like to transfer us to another unit in the same complex, but I remain cautious with the conditions of the second, because the first one was bad. I am prepared to waive my deposit, but I do not know if I can withdraw from the lease because we could not be taken into possession. If you have any advice, I would appreciate it. You must enter into an agreement with your tenant that ends on a specific date. This date must be: the laws on the rights of landlords and tenants vary from country to country, so contact your attorney general or consumer protection authority for local advice. Free legal resources such as Nolo and FindLaw have a lot of information about rental housing laws, but they do not replace official sources. Possible consequences of a rental agreement include a civil action by your landlord to recover unpaid rents, harassment of collection companies, long-term damage to credit and difficulties in finding housing. But in certain circumstances, it is possible to avoid some or all of these results, even if your landlord is not willing to enter into an informal agreement.
You have the right of tenants to break a lease. Regardless, you never have to live anywhere you don`t want anymore. It`s not always cheap, but it`s always possible. If a tenant has already paid a deposit before changing their mind, you should pay it back in full if they do not sign the lease. There was no agreement on the spot, so she gave you bail early, was a mistake on their part, but it would be doubtful to keep that money.