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The landlord seems unwilling to push for eviction. what can I do?
Response 1: File lawsuit against the Landlord for breach of the lease/rental agreement for refusing to force the Tenant to respect your quiet enjoyment of the premises. So, the lawsuit would be violation of your quiet enjoyment of the premises against the Landlord for refusing to force the upstairs Tenant to comply with her terms of the lease: to be considerate of other Tenants and reduce noise in her apartment.
The lawsuit would be filed at your local Courthouse. You can obtain complaint forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
How can one use and have available their handicap space when just anyone can park there.
Response 2: You have to report this to the Landlord. Unfortunately, the Sheriff or the Police cannot enforce handicap parking rules on a private property.
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