I have a letter from my psychologist to my landlord, asking that I be released from my rental lease due to clinical depression and extreme psychological distress made worse due in part to the location of said rental. (It is an isolated location.) The doctor specifically stated that I was suffering from depression when I chose to sign the lease which impared my ability to make a good decision.
The landlord responded with a letter saying that he was willing to work with me as far as re-renting the place as soon as possible, but that according to the state laws and the terms of my lease, I am required to pay for the rental until such time as it is re-rented.
I understand that his response is the normal one in typical broken-lease situations, but I have a documented medical necessity to move from the rental place. Do I have any further recourse in this situation?