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delivering to the landlord written notice of such termination and a copy of the service member's

military orders. If the lease provides for monthly payment of rent, once the notice is delivered

the lease is terminated effective 30 days after te first date on which thenext rental payment is

due. For example, if notice is given on March 51, the next rent payment is due April 1, so the

lease is terminated effective of May 1.

Under Georgia Law (OCGA § 44-7-22), rvicee member may terminate his lease,

entered into on or after July 1, 2005, by givinget landlord a thirty (30) day advance written

notice of termination. The notce to the landlord shll be accompanied by either a copy of the

official military orders or a written verification signed by the service member's commanding

officer. Once the lease is terminated, the service member is liable for the rent due prorated to the

effective date of the termination. The rent thacomes due during the thirty (30) day period is

payable as required under the termsof the lease. The service member is not liable for any other

rent or damages due to the early termination othe tenancy. A service member can terminate

under the following conditions:

  • The service member is required, pursuant to a permanent change of station orders, to move 35 miles or more from the location of the rental premises;

  • The service member is released from active duty after having leased the rental premises while on active duty status and the rental premises is 35 miles or more from the service member's home prior to entering active duty;

  • After entering into a rental agreement, the service member receives military orders requiring him or her to move into government quarters;

  • After entering into a rental agreement, the service member becomes eligible to live in government quarters and the failure to move into government quarters will result in a forfeiture of the service member's basic allowance for housing;

  • The service member receives temporary duty orders, temporary change of station orders, or state active duty orders to an area 35 miles or more from the location of the rental premises, provided such orders are for a period exceeding 60 days; or

  • The service member has leased the property but prior to taking possession of the

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