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v_thousandoaks

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I had put up lease termination notice for 30 days, in thousand oaks area of Los Angeles – California, I paid the lease breakage fee for one month.

Now (after 15 days) I want to cancel the lease termination notice as my relocation plans did not work out.

 Approached  the leasing company/ office for the apartment, they told me that they have leased it out to another person.

 What are my option(s) to continue staying in the same apartment.

Any help with suggestion and advice would be greatly appreciated.


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BritneyR

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You should consult a real estate agent in your area for complete assistance. 


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time 4 u to move
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Never consult a real estate agent on a legal matter. They are salespeople, not attorneys.

You gave formal notice to your Lessor and you even paid a fee to further confirm your notice. Your lessor, based on YOUR notice, put in the time and effort to secure a new tenant. That new tenant has probably even signed a lease. If not, the lessor would still have a contract with the new tenant. If you stay, the new tenant might have cause to sue your Landlord for Breach of Contract.

Legally, you are obligated to move. Your only recourse is working with your LL and hoping the new tenant has not signed any contract or given any deposit. This would be a courtesy given you by the LL. Legally, the LL owes you nothing. You are depending on his kindness and his generosity, not any legal obligation.

This is not legal advice. I am a California LL with a good working knowledge of contract law. You should consult an attorney, not rely on free internet advice.

Good luck.



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