My adult son lives in another apartment. He's a war veteran and has night terrors and sleep walks. The landlord knew this when he rented to him. He's on medication but it doesn't always stop them. Everytime he does the landlord calls me and screams at me to fix it. I'm disabled and can't walk up stairs and he demands that I do to quiet my son down.
Dear Mc Lean tenant
Your landlord shouldn't scream at you. Your son may have named you as the person to contact in case of emergency. If there's nothing you could do about the night walks the landlord will likely decide to use a court order to help your son or a court order to evict him.
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