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Re: Noisy Tenant Upstairs

Posted by Renee on January 04, 2001 at 06:43:33:

In Reply to: Noisy Tenant Upstairs posted by Dawn on January 03, 2001 at 14:46:38:

Perhaps the upstairs tenant is more valuable to LL than you are because she is paying higher rent and has a lease. If the lease does not limit use of this device for her, there is not much he can do except ask her nicely to cut it out. He cannot alter her lease at this point. It is a shame that people have no common decency or concern for others anymore. Instead of being apologetic for her causing you distress - she steps up the ante so to speak!!! Is there more going on between the two of you besides this problem? Sounds like she has it in for you. At this point, I think the problem is between the two of you and not the Landlord. If you cannot resolve it with this person, I am afraid your only choice will be to move. The problem is - will the next place be better? What if a new tenant moves in? What if its her?......sorry - getting carried away now!

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