Don't Sign Lease Without Cure Period

May 28, 2012
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Think twice before signing a lease that deprives you of a period of time to cure—that is, fix—an alleged lease violation. Otherwise, you could easily end up in default and then subject to the owner's harsh default remedies, such as the right to evict you from your space.

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