If you are disrupted or bothered by another tenant’s excessive noise, you should send a letter detailing the frequency, time of day, and type of noise to your landlord. Landlords have a legal responsibility to protect their tenants from excessive noise. If your landlord ignores your requests you can terminate the lease with a written, 30-day notice. You cannot break the terms of the lease if your landlord is unaware of or trying to fix the problem. If the other tenant ignores the landlord’s requests, you should contact the police.
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