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As a tenant, you do have a right to quiet enjoyment. That should not be disturbed and if it is, the owner/landlord needs to correct it. If he fails to do so, he would be in breach of the rental agreement. In situations like these, the remedy is to vacate and move but you could sue him for damages suffered, as a result. He can not allow this unreasonable and noises behavior to go on and needs to respect your rights as a tenant. I know you do not want to move but if he refuses to correct the noise an it essentially forced you out, that would be the remedy.
Yes, since there is no lease, you can vacate by giving the landlord one months notice, of your intent to vacate. As long as there is no damage or repairs that need to be done, as a result of your own actions, the deposit would need to be returned in full. Please let me know if you have any follow up questions or need any clarification on something which I stated above. Also, remember to rate my service at the top of this page, before exiting the site, so I can receive credit for my help. I hope you found it to be 5 STARS! Only rate my answer when you are 100% satisfied. If you feel the need to click either of the two lower ratings to the left, please stop and reply to me. I want to make sure your experience with the site was as pleasurable as possible and that you are satisfied with the help I provided.
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