Writing the Lease Termination Letter for Service Members
Breaking a lease early for members of the military is sometimes an unavoidable necessity. In this situation a verbal notification is not enough for total assurance that your landlord will comply according to the law. A written letter needs to be crafted to explain your specific situation, reference the laws and regulations that are in effect, and provide the necessary documentation (military orders).
In simple terms, if a tenant is on active military duty and receives either permanent change of station orders or temporary duty orders of more than 90 days, the tenant is liable for no more than 30 days rent after the date he or she provides the termination notice in writing and provides the documents to support this.
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