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If your wife moved when her lease was up I would think they would have to prove she stayed there an extra month. Since she was in college and I would guess in a college town I can't believe any apartment complex let her stay extra time without signing a new lease. When I was in college the apartments around there were very precise when it came to signing new leases and moving in and out. Heck you had people wanting to move in so bad that if you didn't renew your lease at least a month before it expired they were going to give it to someone else. So I would dispute the claim. It's up to them to prove she was there not for you to disprove and that would be hard to do without some kind of agreement covering that time

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