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Posted over 2 years ago.

Thank you very much for your reply.
Most of our interaction has been through email and I have kept all of them including her responses. According to the language of the lease it states that if you make a nuisance of yourself by being so loud as to be heard outside of your residence and/or to directly impact the enjoyment of another residence, then you shall be forced to quit the residence, pay finess or face criminal prosecution for Public Nuisance with NRS code attached. The cops have since cited them 6 times for said NRS code, and the landlord chooses to do nothing further. Her offer to remedy the situation was to "allow" me to keep my lease, though move into a different unit at my expense and time. It hardly seemed right that I should be the one forced to move, all the paper trail that it entails (IE: change of address forms, updating my checks, switching the utilities, etc), and pay for the move when I was not the one making a nuisance of myself.
Again, Thank you for the response and I shall definitely contact a local attorney forthwith to protect myself and my credit.

David B Pittman
David B Pittman, Car / Auto Accident Lawyer - Fort Myers, FL
Posted over 2 years ago.

Good ideas. I am glad I could be of some help. This sounds like a nightmare...