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Talk to your landlord about letting you out of your lease. They are probably not under obligation to do so and may want money to release you from your contract.
Legal advise can be expensive so if you donâ€™t believe you can afford your own lawyer, contact your local legal aid office and the tenantsâ€™ rights organizations. It may cost you more than you want, but being sued by your landlord for breaking your lease could be much more costly. If you donâ€™t want to pay the rest of the rent that your lease agreement committed you to, the only reasonable way to approach this is through the legal process. If you are in the military, make sure you inform your attorney that you may be due consideration through the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.