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    Hi hope someone can help, asking on behalf of my inlaws.
    Are noisy neighbours/2am parties/ beer cans in your garden enough grounds to break a 6 month lease if nothing is done about it? All houses on the small complex are owned by the same landlord. Thanks.

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    What state are they in?

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    If official complaints have been made and recorded then maybe

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    You can try, you have the right to quite enjoyment so you can try and break on those grounds - just make sure you have proof of letters of complaints to landlord/agent and police so you can prove to tribunal that you've done all you can

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    Thanks everyone, I thought that would be the case, I'll tell them to make sure they put everything in writing.

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    It's NSW by the way.

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    I don't blame them for wanting to move - their neighbours sound like jerks.

    Do you know if the landlord has been made aware of the situation?

    If I owned 6 houses and only one of the tenants was being loud and disrespectful, I'd want them out. Better to get rid of the bad eggs than have other tenants break leases because it's an unpleasant place to live.


 

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