What happens to the contract at an apartment complex if the resident must move to a care facility?
What happens if a loved one is in a contract at the apartment complex, and we have to move them because they can no longer care for themselves?
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In my area, which is northern California there really isn't any difference in a person moving out of an apartment because they must or because they want to. Contracts for apartment are legal and binding. Unfortunately, the resident must abide by the contract unless, of course, you have an understanding landlord who will let the person out of the contract with possibilly a small penalty.
So if a person dies, we're still responsible for the contract, that's rotten.
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