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A binding contract has been formed , and unfortunately you can not unilaterally walk out of the contract now.
Landlord can get the agreement enforced via court orders and chase you for rent payments till the expiry of the fixed term as per the agreed tenancy agreement.
If you want to terminate the agreement , you would need to speak to the Landlord for surrender of the tenancy, where the rented accommodation can be re-marketed to find a replacement tenant who can take over the tenancy from you.
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