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hello , I am a student who lived in a 5 people shared flat. there are a few problems
1 my roommate bring their boyfriends live in .
2 they are very loud ,i was waked up in the night many times by their noise.
3 they put the trash in the public area and do not clean their dish after eating
I have tried to talk with them , actually , the person A who used to live in this room can not bear the situation choose to move out ,but paid for double rents until she find me to move in.
I have talk to administrators as what A did before , but A told me that after administrator gave them warning ,nothing really happened.
I do not want the same result. I want to know what is my right in this situation ?what should I do ,what administrator should do ?
it is said that if I want to move to another flat that I have to find a person who take over my flat now first , i do not think it is reasonable , because it is not my fault and I am more or less forced to leave if my roommates continue their misbehavior. please guides me what action should I take to protect my right not to be disturbed in this situation !
I have my own tenancy agreement , each student have their tenancy contract with this student large development building .
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