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What to do about inconsistent expiration dates in my lease?

Question Details: I am reaching what I thought was the end of my lease term. Upon close examination of my lease, the dates stated would make my lease 13 months instead of 12 months. Everywhere else in the agreement the lease is stated to be paid in 12 month installments of a set rent amount. The only places that reflect that this would be a 13 month lease is in the length of the lease term and the total amount due. Everywhere else the rent is described as being a 12 month period of set rental installments. Is this agreement still binding despite contradictory information? It seems deceitful to hide in the actual terms in the fine print.

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