For those of you who missed BrickUnderground's NYC-style guide to breaking a lease, we direct you to today's NY1 real estate report with Jill Urban, featuring BrickUnderground's very own founder Teri Rogers and real estate lawyer Steven Wagner. Major takeaways: No matter what your lease says, you have the right to find a qualified tenant to replace you. And if your landlord isn't playing nice, you might consider switching to Plan B: Making yourself so annoying the landlord will be glad to see you go.
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