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  1. #1
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    Default Too Many Tenants In Upstairs Unit

    The one bedroom above me was rented by a person with about four kids. (Illegal for a one bedroom apt.) And they have kept me up until 3 in the morning working on their moves for Wrestlemania 12. I have talked to management four times, given two written compaints and called the cops twice. Management keeps acting like there is nothing they can do, but I know if I move they will sue me for the $$ for the remainder of my lease. My lease says "quiet enjoyment of the premises" and that "no more than two occupants" can reside in a one bedroom apt. I am planning to move and don't want to get sued. What are my rights?

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    Default Too Many Tenants In Upstairs Unit

    Perhaps the local housing authority can assist, if the unit was rented to a family of a larger size than allowed by law.

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