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Sorry to Hear what is happening.
It is not a case sorry to say that you can simply break your agreement. It is as you have been told matter for you to resolve with nth tenant causing the problem.
You can ask the landlord to look into removing the person as that particular tenant may be in breach of the agreement.
Then if you cannot resolve the matter between you, then yo may have to use the option and bring the tenancy to an end by serving the notice period as per your tenancy agreement.
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