So the people upstairs are constantly being loud and banging around especially in the middle of the night. Also they broke the agreement we had between us and the landlord about the driveway. We agreed i get one side closer to my apartment and they get the other side. I got home last night they were in my spot. They still have not moved. They are ignoring the landlords calls and texts. Then last night they were yet again stomping and banging around waking me up multiple times.
The landlord can file for eviction. It may be a tough case to win, even if the landlord would choose to file for eviction. They parked in your spot and they are loud are your two complaints. The landlord would have to spend money to evict, and possibly lose months of rent in the process. You can send cease and desist letters, but they may only serve to antagonize your neighbors. .
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While it would be up to the landlord to bring an action against them, you may have a case to terminate the lease against the landlord if you want to move and terminate the lease without any negative consequences.
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