the daytime hours around and in their pool? Their yard joins my yard in the back. I am unclear on penal code 373a . I can not enjoy my time in my yard.
you should contact the landlord or property manager and make a complaint.
Probably not. You might have a claim for private nuisance if this is an ongoing issue, but a lawsuit is not going to solve your problem.
This is a civil matter, so the Penal Code does not apply.
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