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The Minnesota landlord-tenant laws are less lenient on tenants than most States.
The ability of your daughter to sublease the property needs to be examined by a reading of the lease; similarly, the compulsion of the landlord to mitigate his loss from early termination can only be fully determined by a comprehensive viewing of the lease.
I would consider a negotiation with the landlord as the best way forward, to gauge his response after you indicate an intention to sublease the property should he deny this.
In the bargaining process reference to the American Disabilities Act and request for making changes to the accommodation may not be possible for the landlord, and he might negotiate an early termination.
Going forward with a sublease, considering the circumstances by lease, or your daughters disability, it would be against public governmental policy not to allow a sublease.
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