Yes, your lease is valid. As long as it has all the relevant terms, like the price, party names, etc.
I think you should go to the registry of deeds in the county where the property is located and see if you can get the lease recorded on the title. This will put the world on notice of your interest and then the neighbor
can no longer bother you.
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