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csmitaprakash

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I'll be rent responsible for about 3 weeks after move out date as per next tenant's lease. Can I occupy the property and/or hold onto keys during those 3 weeks? The rental is in Milpitas, CA.
dishrodger

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if you paid, its yours........remember the land lord does not have to pro-rate rent.
security should be returned after you move out and return keys in time period stated by your state
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If you have to pay rent, it's yours. If they want you out early, they should pro-rate the rent and let you out early. If not, it's yours whether you stay there or not. They can't have it both ways.
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