"Non-Break" Clause butTenant has moved out without notice and wants deposit back
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9 years ago
I am a live in landlord/homeowner, and rented to a boarder on a short term lease in June 2013 which was subsequently renewed 3 times, the last time in May 2014 for a lease expiring in Jan 2015. The lease has an agreed "no break" clause with all rental obligations (plus any damage to property under a mutual inspection) due through Jan 2015. The tenant has broken the lease and moved out, without notice and is claiming that she is allowed to break the lease and also is due her deposit back.

Isn't tenant legally liable for rent through end of tenancy? (plus has forfeitted the deposit)

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