Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.I am sorry that this is the situation that you find yourself in. He is on the lease which complicates matters. Only the landlord can agree to release him from the lease, and only if the other party (the father) formally consents. That is unnecessary if you are able to obtain a restraining order. You cannot obtain one as he never assaulted you, but if he has a history of assault or credible threats, then the daughter herself has to go to court and request a restraining order directly. She can start at her local police station and if the order is deemed valid, a judge on duty can grant her a temporary order that would block the father from being able to return to the property. He would still be ostensibly on the lease but he would not have an ability or a basis to return once the order is made permanent (that would require a formal hearing in front of a judge about a month or so down the line).Good luck.
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