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So the management just allows this to go on?
Thank you for the reply. As a tenant, you have a right to quiet enjoyment. That should not be disturbed. If it is and the management/landlord fails to cure and correct it, you could have a legal basis to break the lease and vacate and sue for damages. If you have documented this to them and they are aware and fail to act and you are essentially forced to move, they could be liable to you for damages incurred, as a result.
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