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I am sorry to hear of your troubles. In order to end a contract it must be fundamentally breached - that is the breach or breaches are so significant it destroys all trust and confidence.
If you feel that is the case then you can end it. But you must be warned, the longer it is between breach and you ended it the harder it is to claim a breach, because in law the longer it is, the more likely it is that you have 'affirmed' or accepted the breach
So if it is significant then you need to leave as soon as possible as the longer you leave it the harder it is to claim such a breach.
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I think you may do yes
Especially if the works have not been done, they are blaming you for the tiles and now saying you are racist.
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