You'll be liable to us for a reletting charge of $XXXX (not to exceed 100% of the highest monthly rent during the Lease Contract term subject to our duty to mitigate pursuant to paragraph 30 of this Lease) if you:
(1) fail to give written move-out notice as required in paragraphs 21 or 34; or
(2) move out without paying rent in full for the entire Lease Contract term or renewal period; or
(3) move out at our demand because of your default; or
(4) are judicially evicted.
The reletting charge is not a cancellation fee and does not release you from your obligations under this Lease Contract. The reletting charge cannot be withheld from your security deposit
The re-letting charge is not a Lease Contract cancellation fee or buyout fee. It is a liquidated amount covering only part of our damages; that is, our time, effort, and expense in finding and processing a replacement. These damages are uncertain and difficult to ascertain- particularly those relating to inconvenience, paperwork, advertising, showing apartments, utilities for showing, checking prospects, office overhead, marketing costs, and locator-service fees. You agree that the re-letting charge is a reasonable estimate of such damages and that the charge is due whether or not our re-letting attempts succeed. If no amount is stipulated, you must pay our actual re-letting costs so far as they can be determined. The re-letting charge does not release you from continued liability for: future or past-due rent; charges for damages in excess of normal wear and tear, or unreturned keys; or other sums due.
Unless allowed by this Lease Contract, or Connecticut law, you won't be released from this Lease Contract for any reason-including but not limited to voluntary or involuntary school withdrawal or transfer, voluntary or involuntary job transfer, marriage, separation, divorce, reconciliation, loss of co-residents, loss of employment, bad health, or death
You will still be liable for the entire Lease Contract term if you move out early (paragraph 20) except under the military clause (paragraph 21)