All that needs to exist is 1 copy of the lease with both signatures. Most likely it is the property manager who has this. your copy may not be signed but if he/she has a copy with both signatures on it then there is a valid lease.
by Patrick - 15 hours ago
You signed the lease and agreed to the terms. You do not have an unsigned lease. You have a copy of the lease signed only by you. Your lease agreement is valid. Yes, it is still valid. The office copy will have all the required signatures on it. You signed their copy, you are on the hook. You will not win in court. You do not even have a case to take to court from what you describe. Take your lease to the property manager. I'll bet dollars to donuts that the property manager will sign your copy of the lease willingly.
by Trouble - 15 hours ago
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