A Tennessee lease agreement is a legally binding contract between a landlord and a tenant over a rental property. It binds the two parties for a certain period of time, usually one year. During this time, both parties have a responsibility to adhere to its terms and conditions.
But while most tenants who sign a lease intend to stay for the entire period, some leave the rental unit before it is up, and they break the lease. After all, life happens. Your tenant may have found a new job and needs to move closer to it. They may also have bought a home. Or perhaps, your tenant may be in the military and has received a change of station orders.
Normally, breaking a lease can lead to several consequences. As a landlord, you can sue your tenant for…
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