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The problem tenant in question has been skateboarding, barbequing, inviting excessive numbers of friends over after being warned by the landlord. I live on the adjacent property across from this problem tenant and plan on notifying the landlord that the tenant is still not getting the message, i.e. they immediately began skateboarding again after the landlord left. Is my word enough? Do I need photos? Should I contact the landlord and tell them to drive by right this minute so they can catch this problem tenant in the act? what else can I do?
Also, is skateboarding and inviting excessive guests over a violation of the Civil Code 1927? Can that be used to evict a tenant or at least give the 30-day notice (OR would it be a 60-day notice since the tenant has been there over a year)?