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What is the name of your state? FLORIDA

My 2 roomates signed a paper from the leasing agents that said that I can move out and break my lease, but one of the roomates wrote the word "AS$HOLE" after my name. Well, one of the leasing agents said "We can not accept this because of that, blah blah blah" I said why not, you can just cross it off and initial it, and she said no blah blah blah and to see the head leasing agent on Monday.

Is there a reason why this can not be used? It is perfectly fine even if there is a bad word on it. That leasing agent is more or less on my "roomates side", and I know that the head person is on "my side" because I talked to her before about my roomates. So hopefully she can accept it, because I see no reason why she can not. Both roomates signed it, I signed it. It is legal.

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