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    Question: If I break a lease, what amount can I be sued for?

    Answer:

    You can probably be sued for:

    • All unpaid rent.
    • Any physical damage, including unusual cleaning expenses.
    • Advertising expenses and other costs of re-renting the apartment.
    • The landlord’s attorney fees, but only if you have a written lease and the lease provides for this (ARS §33-1315).
    • A forcible entry and detainer action may also be filed resulting in a court order for you to vacate the property (A.R.S. § 33-1377).


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    On 01/06/06
    ERIN from AZ said:
    I JUST PUT MY NEIGHBOR IN JAIL FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE STAYING IN MY TRAILER HOUSE WITH HER NEXT DOOR TO ME. THERE IS A PROTECTION ORDER IN EFFECT BUT I STILL FEEL UNSAFE WHERE I AM. I FEEL THAT THE LANDLORD DOESN'T DESERVE THE RENT FOR JANUARY, IN ADDITION, THERE WERE SEVERAL MAINTENANCE ISSUES THAT TOOK AN ARM ANDA LEG TO FIX WITH SEVERAL PROBLEMS STILL NOT BEING ADDRESSED. CAN I LEAVE W/O PAYING JANUARY'S RENT?
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