Omaha, NE asked in Landlord - Tenant for Nebraska

Q: How do I get out of my lease for security reasons? I have proof and have contacted the mgmnt co and it still continues.

The apartment building I live in has key secure entrances...sometimes. People that live there or don't live there leave the doors lodged open with any freaking thing they can find to get in the building from paper to a nickel. I have lived there when other mgmnt co ran it and it was so worse then to. Someone stole the security router and it wont get replaced. I have had my plates stolen off my car, I have had mail stolen out of my mailbox due to them not getting locked mail boxes. Those are FELONIES!!!! I do not feel safe there. I do not stay there anymore but I do pay my rent there. Please help me. This is so unsafe and I am scared to go there due to you have no idea what will happen from day day and night to night. Thank you for your time.

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Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
  • Omaha, NE
  • Licensed in Nebraska

A: Nebraska Legal Aid has put together a handbook that is often a good place to start for these type of questions.

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