Q: I live in VA and retired from the military. I have a DD214, and my home of record is Texas. Can I break my lease?
A: The SCRA limits anyone from taking a judgment against a service member when he or she is called to active duty. Unless you share the lease for review -- which you should not do in an open on-line forum -- I have no idea what your SCRA clause says, but I would take a wild guess that it has nothing to do with a service member who is retired whether honorably or otherwise on a DD214. Like anyone else, you need a lease review to determine your liabilities if you break your lease unless you are returning to active duty.
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