I'm looking to get out of my lease and buy a home. Unfortunately my lease isn't up until September and the penalties for breaking it are kind of on the stiff side financially.
Yesterday I received a notice from our management informing me that my lease is up in April. Obviously a mistake on their part, but I'm wondering if I could use that memo as an excuse to get out a few months early.
Anybody know the legalities of such a scenario?
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