Have you called animal control and/or the police? Who have you written the emails to? Have you kept a log of the barking (dates, times, etc)? Do you know whose dogs are barking? Have you talked to the dog's owners
I doubt that you will be able to break your lease and get your deposit back but it won't hurt to ask.
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The other attorney gave you good advice. You might be able to break a lease if the landlord fails to provide "peace" but whether it is within the landlord's control is another issue. I have had similar cases in the past, and it was not easy to come up with a definite answer as to the tenant's rights.
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