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If you are asking about legal rights under the law to break a lease, there are typically only a couple if the lease itself doesn't allow it.. A person can break a lease legally if they are a victim of domestic violence and have a police report or a restraining order to prove it. And if a person is in the military active duty and are transferred to a new duty station then they can terminate their tenancy without negative repercussions.
But other than those two statutory rights, there typically aren't any other statutory reasons.
As an aside, in addition to being an attorney, I have also been a landlord for over 26 years...