How do I exit a foreach loop in C#?

Use break.

Unrelated to your question, I see in your code the line:

Violated = !(name.firstname == null) ? false : true;

In this line, you take a boolean value (name.firstname == null). Then, you apply the ! operator to it. Then, if the value is true, you set Violated to false; otherwise to true. So basically, Violated is set to the same value as the original expression (name.firstname == null). Why not use that, as in:

Violated = (name.firstname == null);

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