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    California: Lease states that I loose security deposit if I break lease.. for any reason.

    Thanks Torx2, Are you sure? Responses so far seem unanimous (on various websites) in that California law seems to protect tenants by not allowing landlords to "profit" from breaking a lease. Here the housing market is so tight that you sort of have to sign what they give you or you don't get a...
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    California: Lease states that I loose security deposit if I break lease.. for any reason.

    What is the name of your state? California - SF Bay Area I just noticed that my lease states that the landlord can keep my security deposit if I break the lease early. This is in addition to any other damages for lost rent. Basically if I break the lease he keeps it even if I find him another...
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    Wage clawback

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? New Jersey I have a twist on the common questions I have found regarding employee overpayment and subsequent salary reductions by employers to recover such overpayment's. In my case I work for a company which issues cost of living raises once a...
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