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Legally in Texas, there is not statutory provision to allow an elderly sick resident the right to breach a lease, the only provision for willful breach in Texas is domestic violence
. Thus, any agreement to allow a tenant to breach a lease without penalty is purely at the discretion of the landlord (management company in this case) and if the landlord is willing here and is now saying yes, get this in writing so they cannot coma back at you later and seek damages from her for the breach of the lease. Of course, for breach, even if they do allow her out without paying money, they can keep the security deposit legally based on the breach of the lease, so negotiate that with them as well.
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