If an occupant vacates, that most likely is not considered a breach of lease. Now, if your husband stops paying rent, then that would be a breach of lease, that both of you may be liable as a community debt. So, if you leave and your husband stays and pays rent, there should be no breach of lease. However, read the lease agreement carefully and make sure if an occupant leaves it is not a default (unlikely, but best to make sure).
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Not unless he stops paying the rent.
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