I am very sorry to hear this;
In addition to criminal charges, please be aware that if there were other injuries or property damage, the attacker can be sued in civil court for economic damages, and possibly even punitive damages designed to punish the defendant and others from engaging in similar conduct in the future.
Unfortunately that would not be cause to void a contract because the contract is separate, and it did not involve the tenant. One can, of course, get a restraining order so that the individual is not allowed on the property, if the lease allows the owner to inspect the property frequently or allows the owner regular access to the property.
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