Circumstances: a: A construction worker doing or proposing to do types of construction that require special MA license and/or a permit where neither exists who also harasses, intimidates and bullies a tenant when on premises doing work that is circumventing proper licensing and requirements to do it. b: Worker considered 'agent' of (absentee) LL regarding all matters of construction. c: LL fails to act on tenant's complaints of harassment and instead enables it further d: Harassment is type which after described in a police report results in an officer telling agent he could be facing criminal charges if he does not stop. (Only then, did the harassment stop.) Is this sort of thing a "bad condition", "breach of quiet enjoyment" or both?
Landlord-tenant law is governed mostly by state laws, and covers issues like security deposit limits and deadlines, evictions, and the right to withhold rent.
Tenant rights vary by state, but in general, you have the right to safe and habitable housing, privacy, and to not be discriminated against, among other things.
by attorney Jeffrey Lampert
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