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Thank you for your response and explanation. The landlord is very reasonable, and we have no cause to put him in a bad situation. The question is: Given that domestic abuse was the reason for leaving, and that it was not safe or reasonable to stay, is it not possible to use a legal avenue to force the other two tenants to release her from the contract or to terminate the contract so that the landlord can re-market the house? It does not seem fair and equitable that they would be able to enjoy the residence with my daughter's monthly contribution and security deposit in place (given the grounds of her departure). She also has no control over how the property is being treated, and it's her money at risk if they cause damages. Please give me your thoughts.