Posted by nboeck on January 10, 2001 at 11:01:16:
In Reply to: How to Break a lease? posted by Danny on January 09, 2001 at 20:00:11:
Depends on your lease, but in most cases if the landlord is reasonable give him enough notice and help him re-rent the apartment before you move out. As long as the landlord doesn't lose any rent you shouldn't be liable... however you may be liable until the expiration of your lease - if the new tenant stops paying during your original lease term for example... this is the way I do it at least.
: I am in an owner occupied brooklyn brownstone, and I want to break my lease. What are my options for splitting in terms of notice, penalties, and so forth.
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