How to Prove Abandonment, Decide When to Change Locks

How to Prove Abandonment, Decide When to Change Locks



Some of your residents may be affected by layoffs and persisting unemployment. These residents may be eager to break their lease if they can no longer afford the rent. But under a written lease, residents are responsible for the entire term of the lease provided that there are no legal reasons to break the lease. Unemployment isn't a reason for breaking the lease with no repercussions.

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