According to California Civil Code, Section 1951.2, your landlord must provide reasons to re-rent a unit. This is regardless of your reasons for leaving early before they charge you for remaining rent due. Your landlord must attempt to fill the unit during the time and subtract and only charge you for time when the unit is empty. If your landlord tries to fill the space and is unsuccessful, you may be responsible for paying the full rent remaining on your lease, and will likely be sued in small claims court.
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