If you have a city "housing authority". Go see them and sign a formal complaint. Otherwise, find any cheap legal office that specializes in tenant/landlord rights and file a complaint. It is surprising the goodies you find on Google. use --Tenant/landlord relations and (your city or zip.)
by Smurfette - 10 hours ago
Always send certified complaints. In your notice to the manager, make sure you cc the person above you. Document them. If they do damage to your property then they are responsible for damages. You are a tenant and therefore have a right to peaceful and enjoyment of your property. That is the law. Let your landlord know that you are aware of tenant laws and will take further court actions if necessary. I can tell you, you should get results but at the same time, you will make people angry.
by Fico C - 10 hours ago
You have the right of quiet enjoyment. That is part of the bundle of rights you interit when you rent. I would seek legal council, or move out and let them sue you, either way, you win.
by littlelanasue - 10 hours ago
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