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Help with removal of apartment on my credit we don't owe
Gave two month notice and completed two 1 year lease. They wanted more of a notice. Went from 2000 in 2013 to 3400. Fraudulent charge

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Per the previous response, the lease that was signed is the document that covers the notice that you provided.   I would hope that your notice was in writing and that you have proof that you delivered the notice, otherwise, it could go against you.   Persons should always do their notice in writing either certified or registered mail.   You also need to review the lease for penalty for non payment.   Penalties can be collection costs, a per month and even interest.   If penalties are allowed, this could be reason for the increase over the past 3 years.  If there is no penalty clause, then it should only be "resonable" as allowed in your state of residence.

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You need to go back and Look at your Lease as that is the Document that should have had information on how much of a notice was required.   If it was not documented there you need to look into what state requirements are. 

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