What would you like to know about this please?
If this is an AST and the essence of this is that you have had a dispute with the other tenant then that does not give you rights to leave until the end of the AST.
If you are leaving early then you will be liable until they can find a replacement.
It is in your interests to find a replacement as if they do not then you will remain liable.
Yes, you can be pursued until a replacement is found.
No, this isn't a frustrated contract. The property is there for you. There is no frustration.
You may well take the view you don't want to remain but that is a different issue.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, you can leave as you choose.
You remain liable for the rent under the contract until a replacement is found.
You don't have to stay.
yes, you mentioned that.
That does not mean you can escape a contract with the landlord.
The landlord is not responsible for the disputes between tenants.
I'm really sorry but I am not going to be able to tell you that you can leave without liability for this reason.
Come what may, the property is there. The landlord is not responsible for the fact that you have had a dispute with the other tenant and he is entitled to claim from you if you leave without replacement.
There is no particular reason he has to tell the incoming tenant that you have had a dispute with the other tenant.
Yes, I can answer your question.
You are liable until a replacement is found. The answer is known.
Sadly, I just can't give you the one that you want and I'm sorry.
However, it doesn't really help for me to give you an incorrect answer.
I'm really sorry but I am not going to be able to tell you that an aggressive text allows you to break a contract.
I think I've given you my answer above.
I am a bit worried about repeating myself.
And therefore wasting your time.
I'm really sorry
it is not a grey area. The answer is clear.
There is a definitive answer.
You are liable until a replacement is found.
There is nothing indefinite about it.
I cannot really comment on that.
I can only tell you the law.
Equity and fairness has no relevance.
Best of luck.