If your living in a rental property, and other tenants not living with you threaten you, and the landlord fails to do anything about it, and fails to replace a refrigerator for a whole month, leaving us to throw away rotted food, is this reason enough to opt out of a lease? What if no formal legal lease was signed? Just a piece of paper with our names on it.
1 Answer from Attorneys
It definitely sounds like you can opt out of the lease if these situations are interfering with your peace and enjoyment, which it sounds like they are. You would need to inform your landlord that you are breaking the lease and see if he allows you to. If not, you will need to defend yourself if he chooses to institute legal proceeding. However, a letter from an attorney may be all that is needed to prevent this from occuring.
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