My daughter ran off with her potion pf the rent i have my half so what do i do
Your lease will govern what happens with a buyout or early termination. As far as the rent, it isn't your landlord's fault your daughter ran off with her half of the rent, so as long as you remain in the property, you'll likely be on the hook for the entire rent amount, including your daughter's portion, unless the lease says something different.
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If your daughter bailed and your landlord is willing to terminate the lease or your obligations under it for $1200, that might be better then being responsible in full for the remainder of the lease term.
If you do not pay the entire rent amount then you are in breach regardless of your reasons (such as co-tenant bailing on you). When you sign a lease you are agreeing to pay the full amount of rent each month - not just your share. By offering to let you out of the lease for $1200 the landlord is actually being nice as you are legally liable to pay the full amount of rent for the remainder of the lease term.
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