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  1. #1
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    Default Subpoena to Appear and Produce

    Michigan
    Signed lease for apartment and paid security deposit for an apartment but told agent I had changed my mind within 24 hours(marital discord), before lease began and never took possession. leasing agent told me I would get my security deposit refunded. They had four other available units at the time. They are now trying to sue me for multiple months of rent and I just received a subpoena to appear and produce. What are my options?

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    Default Re: Subpoena to Appear and Produce

    Your option is to show up for court as ordered.

    Once you signed the lease, you committed to the contract. Generally speaking, there's no "cooling off" period once the lease is signed - you're expected to perform to the contract or you'll be penalized.

    You'd do well to take an attorney with you.

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