Wrong Dates on Tenancy Agreement
Please see the Landlord Tenant Questions section of the r/LegalAdvice wiki for frequently asked questions and answers on landlord tenants` questions. If this does not apply to your question, please ignore that I am a bot and that this action was performed automatically. Please contact the moderators of this subreddit if you have any questions or concerns. I admit that I should have noticed it when I signed the lease. But I also trusted them to give the right date and I didn`t feel the need to pull out a calendar to correct them. Is this something I should even try to discuss with the management company, or should I just start looking for someone who needs a kidney? There is a clause in the lease to break it, but it costs a month`s rent and would be useless. I just put the deposit on a new house that I will move into in a week, because I had the impression that my lease was 13 months, as I was told (ends on 28.03.18 or 31.03.18). Hello! My location is Vancouver, WA. I moved into an apartment complex on 28.02.17. I was told that the lease lasted 13 months. I was a little annoyed by the extra month, but I didn`t have much time to move and just rode with it. I just looked at my lease, and they have the end date like 4/30/18, which is 14 months.
Now I`m having a little panic attack and I`m wondering how I`m going to raise $1100 more in less than 3 weeks to pay last month`s actual rent. It took me almost 6 months to save the $3,000 it took to get to a new place.. .