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Thu Sep 14, 2017
Thomas Le answered:
That's usually outlined in the lease agreement. At my old place I had to pay a 'lease termination fee' which was one months rent and it forefitted the deposit. I think worse case is even if you move you are liable for the rent until it gets filled or the end of the lease, which ever first. ... more
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Tue Aug 29, 2017
Alan May answered:
Your renewed lease is a binding legal contract. You are on the hook for the balance of that lease, unless you can come to a mutual agreement with your landlord.

I would reach out to them right away... they might be willing to allow you sublet, or buy out the balance of your lease.

Good luck.
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