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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Will buying out my lease negatively affect me with potential landlords?

I live in a 1 bedroom apartment. After I moved in, I got married(dated for 8 years, was planning a ceremony, decided to say to hell with the drama and went to the courthouse) and naturally my husband moved in with me. I got pregnant 6 weeks after the wedding. Now baby is here and all three of us live in this 1 bedroom apartment. We want to move and the apartment community does offer a early termination buy out option(I just looked at my lease). Since we will be getting a tax refund in a few weeks, I’m thinking of just buying out of the lease following the requirements in the early termination clause after we find something more suitable. My question is will this make us look bad to other landlords. Especially given the situation and that it is actually illegal in this county to have three occupants in a 1 bedroom. County law states that there can be no more than 2 people to a bedroom. I saw a really cute house on CG and we will go see it on Friday but the landlord of that place said she feels a little uncomfortable about us breaking our current lease but she still set up the appointment. Is it just her or is this kind of a universal no-no to break your lease regardless of the situation and the fact that the lease agreement contains an early buyout clause?
The clause states that I will pay $ 1370(basically two months rent), forfeit my security deposit($ 400), and be responsible for any damages(just some carpet stains which we will clean, some scratches on the wall, and a few small thumb tack holes). It says nothing in their about paying rent until they get a new tenant. It’s a large community so they should have no problem renting this place out. I want to know if it reflects negatively on me to potential landlords given the situation.

Answer by monique
Legally, if a rental gets new tenants, they landlords cannot double dip. For example, let’s say you decide to go ahead and move to a larger place… take the penalty that comes with breaking a lease. Usually this means paying monthly rent until a new tenant rents. Some apartments may have a “fee” also. Some do and some do not. Once a new tenant moves in, the landlord cannot charge you rent anymore because the landlord is getting rent for the new tenant……….so no double dipping. If your apartment is in a desirable area, chances are it won’t be vacant for long. I wouldn’t offer to pay out the lease agreement. I would go ahead and give them 30 days notice and follow the stipulations for breaking a lease early, which usually means paying the monthly rent UNTIL a new tenant is found. Some landlords will allow tenants to help find a tenant to expedite the process.

Additional info:
FYI: Check your state law for security deposit. In my state, it is illegal for a landlord to keep the security deposit UNLESS there is damage to the property. Some states are more stringent than others though. Some however do not allow the security deposit to be used as a “penalty” for breaking a lease. You should check out your state requirements…………state directory for tenant/landlord laws/rights:

I’m honestly not sure why it would be an issue in breaking a lease the right way. It isn’t like you moved out at 1am and your landlord didn’t know where you went. You are following the right procedures in terminating your lease early. Life happens…… personally, I would ask the landlord why she feels uncomfortable if she mentions it again. No one knows what tomorrow will bring, even the landlord isn’t psychic. She could decide to up and sell the house in six months, it works both ways in my opinion. The lease is a legal contract, and as long as tenants follow it… include if an early lease termination has to occur, following the stipulations like you are……not sure why there would be an issue.

Answer by Brittney
It does reflect negatively, but not anywhere near as much if you follow the termination clause. As long as you do what the termination clause states, you should be fine, especially since your reasonings for doing so are certainly understandable.

I don’t think you would have a problem finding a new rental, as long as your currently landlord knows what is going on and you do everything the lease states.

Bottom line: As long as your income was sufficient and your payment history with your current landlord was good, I would disregard the “broken lease.”

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What are you doing different in these hard economic times?

Are you stocking up on non-perishable food? Finding a cheaper place to live? Eating out less? Withdrawing or re-distributing your retirement accounts? Taking a second job? Stashing cash? Taking in a roommate? Anything else?

Answer by Fun Day
I’m trying to get out of debt

Answer by ♥ || Brown Eyed Girl || ♥
I am trying not to spend too much on unnecessary things but I had to restock my closet for the fall/winter months. I also started my X-mas shopping early so I won’t have to buy them all at once .:)

Answer by LittlePrincess
Well, b/c of the military…….we had to move to DC…….where we bought a house b/c it’s probably the only time ever we’d be able to actually buy in this market. DC is EXPENSIVE!

And we’re having our first baby in December. YIKES!

Who does that at a time like this??? If only we were psychic.

I am leaving my retirement account as-is since I’m not retiring for many years. I’ve always paid attention to the grocery bill anyway. We do eat out less, but more for health reasons.

Answer by JK
Mainly I have almost eliminated eating out. I also only like to drive places where it’s necessary and do all of my errands at one time. But just not eating out saves me like $ 20/wk!

Answer by Jim H
i’m not changing anything.i have always lived in order to save a little each month.if i couldn’t afford it i didn’t buy it.if i needed it i made sure i paid in cash.

Answer by Jade
Carpooling and we stopped going out very much, if at all. We also buy cheaper groceries than we were in the beginning.

Answer by Wade H
As a “Liberal”, I’ve been “found” to have been a “bad father”; because the conserfatives promise as condition to becoming judges to judge according to preset propaganda positions that essentially state that only by pandering to conserfatives (the new communist 5th columnists in our nation) can a person earn enough to qualify as a good father.

Thus I cannot work, as I cannot actually earn what by propaganda the judge must assert I might have had I been “politically correct” and pandered to vested interests as they define them. The impudent income assessment for myself as a brain injured cop, shot thrice in the head on duty with police and once as a game warden (etc), was 30,000 per year US.

I’m “officially homeless”.

I’ve no right to pay off any debts.

I’ve no right to any of my patents (forms of license not permitted US citizens who are on the political “outs”).

I cannot have right to write or publish (one requires copy-write ` a form of license, the other a business license).

I cannot preach (as I cannot have license to do so but must be found a fraud, by propaganda).

get it?

You aren’t awake.

But you will be.

Only .02% of the USA is held by the courts as “worthy of citizenship”.

Answer by River Euphrates
Definitely eating out less, and cutting back on other unneccesary expenses.

It helps to plan out your finances – at least to see where your money is going.

There are a million schemes to help you ‘get out of debt’ or ‘make money’, but the tried and true method is to work hard, try to earn more, and use common sense when it comes to needs vs. wants.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How can I proove psychics are fake?

Im writing a thesis on psychics. I have to argue and say that they are fake. Does anyone have websites or comments on how they are fake?

Answer by Vito1964
It doesn’t work like that. You can’t prove a negative.

If I say I can fly, do you have to prove that I can’t, or do you just assume that I can’t until I’m able to successfully demonstrate it?

Answer by eglonr
give them any controlled test at all.

Answer by guppy
Most are fake. Not all. I have had this proven to me very strongly. But like the other person said, negatives can’t be proven.

Answer by Bibby42
I’d say, seek them out and interview them but let them know up front what your intentions are and why you wish to interview them. You don’t want to disrespect anyone here.

Answer by Fearless Leader
You do not have to. Those that make the claims are the ones that must provide the proof.

Also there is a million dollar challenge for the first person that can prove any paranormal ability or event. Until this is won, such things do not exist.

If it is not science, it is superstition.

Answer by Gary Y
Even if you tested one and they failed, the best you can say is the ‘psychic’ was not successful on that occasion. You cannot prove they are fake, and you don’t have the burden of proof anyway.

The best you can argue is that the weight of evidence is against ‘psychics’ being real.

EDIT: Hi Ron, nice answer.

Answer by Kevin7
You can use studies from mainstream science

Answer by MAM
Some are…..some aren’t I do not know of any web sites to look on.

Answer by Ron
Many have said some are fakes, some aren’t, wrong!! they are ALL fakes, even before the days of James Randi, Harry Houdini spent the best part of his life exposing fake psychics all over the world when he went to see one after the death of his mother, he was appalled by their use of quite basic conjuring tricks to extort money from often bereaved and vulnerable people.

Before someone tells me they know of someone who does them for free, that doesn’t mean they have any more credibility.

“Extraordinary claims need extraordinary proof” (Carl Sagan). the burden of proof rests with the person making the claim.

If i told you I could walk on water, would you accept this photograph as proof? if I could walk on water I’d get the press down and show them, they would get the TV companies down to watch me do it, they in turn would fund my challenge to James Randi for his $ 1,000,000 the usual excuse why psychics etc. give for not taking up the challenge.

The second excuse is that they don’t do it for the money, fine, give it to ‘Children in need’

Sylvia Browne for example is a world famous psychic, she at first accepted JR’s challenge live on TV and then changed her mind, it would be the end of her career, it would be the easiest thing in the world for JR to set up a series of quite simple controls (which are always mutually agreed before the challenge) to prove that she has no psychic ability whatsoever, she’s just like Uri Geller, very clever at fooling people.

Answer by Sarah Crispo
Not all those who claim they are psychic are fakes. But, underneath it all, we are all psychics. Most of us just block our powers.

Answer by Girliator 5000

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California Psychics – Live Psychic Readings

Written by HEYOKA

The Heyókȟa symbolize and portray many aspects of the sacred, the Wakȟáŋ. Their satire presents important questions by fooling around. They ask difficult questions, and say things others are too afraid to say. By reading between the lines, the audience is able to think about things not usually thought about, or to look at things in a different way.

Principally, the Heyókȟa functions both as a mirror and a teacher, using extreme behaviors to mirror others, thereby forcing them to examine their own doubts, fears, hatreds, and weaknesses. Heyókȟas also have the power to heal emotional pain; such power comes from the experience of shame—they sing of shameful events in their lives, beg for food, and live as clowns. They provoke laughter in distressing situations of despair and provoke fear and chaos when people feel complacent and overly secure, to keep them from taking themselves too seriously or believing they are more powerful than they are.