I have a pending problem with my house in Arizona. I leased the home and four days after moving in, the tenant had forgot to call the water company, thus the water was shut off. The tenant had turned the bathtub water on when they realized the water had been shut off. They left the residence and had the water turned on. They did not return to the house until night to find the entire house flooded from the upstairs bathtub. Fortunately, both the tenant and I have the incident covered by State Farm Insurance. Now, the tenant wants to break the year lease. The tenant agreed to pay a month and a half rent to break lease, but now is trying to back out of the verbal agreement. If the tenant backs out of paying to break the lease, do I have a case to receive this month and a half rent and perhaps damages since I now have to disclose this water damage when I attempt to sell the house? Any advice in this matter would be greatly appreciated!