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How do you think this would go over?

The lease isn't up on our apartment till december, but there is a house NOW that I want to rent. Do you think that if I "borrowed" my SIL's annoying dog they would evict us and we could move to the house? To break the lease we have to pay $1000, I would honestly rather be evicted.

At this other place we would be renting from my sister's dad's cousin's wife......so kind of family but not really, if I told her about the situation she wouldn't care about the eviction.

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 11:07 PM on Jul. 31, 2009 in Just for Fun

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  • It might work but do you really want an eviction on your rental record? I guess that's the mom in me but hey, to each their own!
    lucysmomrocks

    Answer by lucysmomrocks at 11:11 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

  • Worth a shot.
    trying2survive

    Answer by trying2survive at 11:11 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

  • Why don't you tell her you want the house but can't rent it til December?
    beadingmom17

    Answer by beadingmom17 at 11:12 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

  • In this economy, it's not wise to have a negative rental record. It will follow you FOREVER...just wait until your lease is up or kindly ask if you can be let out of the lease early.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:15 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

  • Don't forget that if this is a private landlord rental, they have to take the eviction to court and YOU have to pay the court fees. See if you can find someone else to sublease. I wouldn't have a problem with a tenant breaking a lease if I knew the apt would be immediately filled. And it is so not worth ever having an eviction on your record. A lot of places won't rent to someone with an eviction, so if something didn't work out with the house, you might be out of luck for housing.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:19 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

  • So not woth ruining your rental record for the future not to mention risking a lawsuit for breaking the rules and getting evicted.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:57 PM on Jul. 31, 2009

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