When Can a Massachusetts Tenant Break a Residential Lease?

On Behalf of | Dec 19, 2017 | Landlord Tenant Law |

What’s a Massachusetts residential lease? A lease, is a contract for the rental of property. As such, a lease is enforceable at law. If a tenant signs a lease which is usually for a one-year term, the tenant is liable for rental payments during that period of time.

A few scenarios exist where a tenant can lawfully break a lease: active service in the military, health, safety or privacy violations by the landlord, or domestic violence abuse.

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