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    Hello,

    Not sure if I've posted this in the right place. I'm in my first year of uni at Manchester uni and back in January I signed a contract to live in a house for next year. However I now no longer want to live in this house due to having a massive fall out with a few of the other people who will be sharing the house. I've tried to get out of the contract and I've been told that it's only possible to get out of it if I find a new tennant to take over my room, which I've had no luck doing. The stress and worry of this is now affecting my mental illness (I have previously suffered from depression) so i was wondering if anyone knew if it's possible or not to get out of a contract on mental illness grounds? Thanks any advice will be appreciated
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    Hello,

    Not sure if I've posted this in the right place. I'm in my first year of uni at Manchester uni and back in January I signed a contract to live in a house for next year. However I now no longer want to live in this house due to having a massive fall out with a few of the other people who will be sharing the house. I've tried to get out of the contract and I've been told that it's only possible to get out of it if I find a new tennant to take over my room, which I've had no luck doing. The stress and worry of this is now affecting my mental illness (I have previously suffered from depression) so i was wondering if anyone knew if it's possible or not to get out of a contract on mental illness grounds? Thanks any advice will be appreciated
    Extremely unlikely.
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    Yes, but it's only illness at the time you signed the contract You are talking insanity levels.

    So in your case highly unlikely.

    You still have plenty of time to find someone. Its in their interest as well they get someone they like. Alternatively ask the LL if hes willing to accept money to release you.
 
 
 
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