Then you can give your landlord notice that they are in breach of the lease contract - specifically in breach of the covenant of quiet enjoyment.
Quiet enjoyment is a right to the undisturbed use and enjoyment of real property
by a tenant or landowner.
The right to quiet enjoyment is contained in covenants concerning real estate
. In the absence of a provision in a lease agreement that explicitly provides for a warranty
of quiet enjoyment, courts will read such a provision into a contract - the right to quiet enjoyment is implied in every residential lease
regardless if the lease specifically states such or not.
What I recommend you do it itemize all the previous complaints and notices you have sent them regarding such.
I would state that they have control of the situation and have done nothing to abate the continuing nuisances
I would send that by certified mail, return receipt requested.
That although you send such a letter and made formal and informal complaints - there is no guarantee that the landlord won't sue you for breach of contract. It's a risk that you take.
However, if you can itemize and substantiate your many complaints usually the judge will side with you even if the landlord files suit.
But, as I stated, there is no guarantee that the landord wont' sue - I just don't think the landlord will win.
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