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Good morning. Does the landlord own the property and rent to the neighbors as well? How long have you rented the property for and how long has this been going on for?
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Based upon what you shared above, your remedy would be against the tenants, to show that they are creating not only a constant disturbance but a nuisance, with the noise, that is having a negative effect on you and your property. A nuisance involves an unreasonable or unlawful use of property that results in material annoyance, inconvenience, discomfort, or injury to another person or to the public. You could sue the tenants and bring them before the Judge, who can order they cease the conduct. Now, if you name the owner, you can bring him in and include him as well, essentially forcing him to evict them, if he is aware of the situation and the court determined there is a legal issue present, which he can control and resolve. It is not so much as monetary damages, which will be awarded but a court order to cease the conduct which is creating this.
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