You may have to pay for the losses of the other party. Depends how the contract terms were drafted especially the exit clause.
A contract is a legal document. Even if it doesn't spell out the consequences of breaking the contract, it is solid evidence in a court of law and you can be sued to the full extent of the law.
You have to judge for yourself what you are getting into when signing a contract and leaving without fulfilling the obligations spelled out.
Usually companies are set up to their benefit, not yours. Especially marketing companies. They set leases to work in their advantages. Most places will require you to pay a large portion of your contract to break it, or simply require you to figure it out yourself. When I was moving in Winnipeg, my apt complex required me to sell it myself and pay a fee. I would suggest reading your contract to find out the details of your circumstance. Good luck.
Jean Blake | http://www.wiebesmoving.com
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