Can having the Wrong address on a contract be a Lease Break Loophole? Posted on July 29, 2011

We need to break a duplex lease in Texas, the service has been good and none of the usual outs are available like military or services not being provided as offered. The best option we have is that the lease agreement we signed has the wrong address on it. We live at building 604 unit B and the lease is for building 602 unit B. Is this legal grounds for breaking contract without us being liable for more rent and/or fees?

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