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What does your contract say about termination?
It’s 35 pages long. Just tell me what it says about termination please.
Does it say anything about getting out early?
Technically you are liable. That is because you are being released early when the landlord does not need to let you. The landlord could have refused.
Therefore as a matter of contract you would be liable for the rent different, but only to the extent of the period you would have remaining.
If the rent is subsequently increased through rent reviewes etc, then you would not have to pay it,
But yes, as a matter of contract, you are liable.
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