My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California
I have an upstairs neighbor who continuously violates quiet enjoyment within the apartment complex. I have discussed this in detail with the apartment manager who has spoken with him several times and also assisted in contacting the police department regarding noise disturbances.
At this point, the violating neighbor is now aware he is on the brink of eviction and came down one night to discuss this matter face to face with me (I am the one who files complaints against him) and was not a pleasant conversation. I believe this is also a violation of some type of landlord tenant law, but would like to receive confirmation/further law to validate the issue.
Moreover, this tenant has also "solicited" my surronding neighbors around my apartment. I am not sure of the details but it does involve discussions of his noise issues and pitting neighbors against me.
I would like to break my lease and just move out as I feel uncomfertable in my own apartment because of the issues that are evolving with this person.
Is there any recommendations at this point or legal law that I may reference when writing a formal letter to my apartment manager?
I am an aspiring law student, that has hit dead ends to assist in my issue. Any help from the veteran attorney's is much appreciated!!