Throughout my lease I had multiple issues come up that were not addressed in what I considered a timely manner. It got to the point where I contacted the owner of the house I was renting and voiced my concerns. Point being, I was a total pain in the ass to EOTP and I'm sure they were completely irritated by me contacting their client.
With that said, I learned I was pregnant during my lease and knew I wouldn't be able to fulfill my lease as it was ending one week before my due date and the house I was living in was not sufficient for a family. EOTP easily could have charged me the 85% reletting fee to break my lease, but they didn't. They allowed me to advertise my apartment on Craigslist, give my notice, and make a clean transition out of there. Like I said, by law they have the right to charge me an 85% reletting fee for breaking my lease regardless of whether I find someone to fulfill the remaining months of my lease or not. They chose not to charge me this fee and allowed me to find a renter who was willing to fulfill my lease and sign on for another year. It was a win/win for all parties involved.