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View Poll Results: Would it be better....
to move and let this go to court? 0 0%
to stay and suffer it out for another year? 0 0%
to look into transferring properties with the same agent? 0 0%
to pay the $4000 lease breaking fee? 0 0%
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:27 PM
 
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My current lease is up on February 1, 2012. My rent is paid in full until then. As of December 1, 2011 the leasing company automatically renewed my lease for another year (until Feb 2013). I just found out that my leasing company does not have a application on file for me, and I will not be approved based on the application, but since I am already in a lease, she will not terminate me. I want to move asap. I do NOT want to be stuck in that property for another year. We pay WAY more than the apartment is worth monthly. Is there a way that I can prevent being automatically renewed into another year lease? Should I file the application and be denied and then evicted? HELP please!!!
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:06 PM
 
Location: Bloomington IN
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It really is not possible for anyone to accurately answer your question without seeing the lease. Each lease may contain different terms.

Having said that, typically a lease will have some sort of clause that answers the question as to how a lease is renewed and who can do that. Often it might state that the renter needs to give some sort of notice of intent to renew or the landlord needs to do something. Look for any clauses about the "term" of the lease.
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