One unfortunate reality about renting is that sometimes, despite our best efforts, leases are broken. Sometimes, it’s the Leaser who breaks the terms of the agreement, but more often, the tenant either disregards the terms, or moves without providing notification.
In most places, a tenant must give at least thirty days’ notice before vacating a residence. Depending on your jurisdiction, the tenant may be required to pay rent until the end of the original agreement, even if they have since moved on to another location, as long as the apartment remains vacant. This means after the tenant moves out, they still have to pay for each day the apartment remains unrented.
However, in most cases, once the tenant moves out, they no longer have