Georgia  |  Landlord & Tenant Law

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Asked on: 4/12/13, 10:52 pm

I rent a room in a house anf my "lease" is one of those generic lease agreements that was pulled from rocketlawyer.com, my fiance and i are extremely unsatisfied with the living conditions in the house and want to leave but my lessor said that in accordance withe the lease I would owe three months of rent (which I can't afford to do). I paid NO security deposit and am caught up on current rent payments, because of the noise and disturbances in the house on a day to day basis, can I legally leave the residence for good and be covered under the covenant of quiet enjoyment as to not incur any negative legality?

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