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Legal Disclaimer: You will want to verify any information I provide with your attorney. I also recommend you familiarize yourself with NRS 118A: http://www.leg.state.nv.u ... 18ASec490You can always break a lease. You just need to be prepared for the consequences that may follow. For starters, you can expect to loose whatever deposit you had to put down on the home. In addition, you could be responsible for any additional loss the owner/landlord incurs. However, this doesn't mean you would be responsible for the remainder of the lease. If the owner is able to rent the property out shortly after you vacate, you would most likely only be responsible for the loss in rent for the time the property was unoccupied, plus any difference in rent if the owner was forced to rent the unit for less than you are currently paying. This is likely a worst case scenario. I would recommend contacting your landlord or the property manager handling your lease and explain your situation. If there is still some time before you need to move and you are ok with the property being showed while you still live there, you may be able to arrange to get the unit rented to a new tenant before you even have to leave. Most landlords would understand your situation, and would likely be willing to work with you as long as you give them the as much notice as you can.
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