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View Poll Results: What should we do?
Kick in thier door and smash their stereo with a Loiusville Slugger 5 21.74%
Ignore it and hope they grow up 4 17.39%
Continue to pursue this legally 9 39.13%
Be the bigger people and be nice to them aka the Golden Rule 3 13.04%
Deal, with it, stop complaining. If it's too loud, you're too old 2 8.70%
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Old 07-18-2007, 07:07 PM   #11
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Just thought of something check your lease. Most landlord put in a clause about quiet enjoyment of premises. Slip the page if it'* there under their door and send a copy to the landlord. That should be grounds to head to court if it'* there.
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Hey dont let these small problems bother you when much brighter days are ahead plus werent you having a house built soon. Just deal with it till then I guess.
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Most of the time the first visit to an attorney is free.

Ask around at work and see if any of your co-workers may happen to know one
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The floor/ceiling between the 1st floor & 2nd floor is rarely even insulated....
Mount subs to your ceiling under their bedrooms. Mount soundproofing to sub.
Play Jurassic park at 3am.
They won't know whats going on when the whole room starts vibrating and stuff starts moving around & falling off their dressers/nightstands
Payback is a beach.
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Just thought of something check your lease. Most landlord put in a clause about quiet enjoyment of premises. Slip the page if it'* there under their door and send a copy to the landlord. That should be grounds to head to court if it'* there.
Yeah, looking into that. No quiet enjoyment, but my Attorney says there is an unwritten rule that a landlord has to provide that. There is, however, a clause that says "no tenant shall make no noise that disturbs other tenants or neighbors. "
I didi quote that in the letter from my attorney to the girls and landlord.

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Hey dont let these small problems bother you when much brighter days are ahead plus werent you having a house built soon. Just deal with it till then I guess.
That would be an option if it wasn't going to take about 2 years to get the house.

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Most of the time the first visit to an attorney is free.

Ask around at work and see if any of your co-workers may happen to know one
I work in law firm so all of my legal work is free!!!! So I have no worries taking this to court!

Popatim - I like the way you think. But, realistically, that would only drag this out even more. Fun as heck though!!
I still think it'* funny my wife through the breaker, really ticked them off.
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The floor/ceiling between the 1st floor & 2nd floor is rarely even insulated....
Mount subs to your ceiling under their bedrooms. Mount soundproofing to sub.
Play Jurassic park at 3am.
They won't know whats going on when the whole room starts vibrating and stuff starts moving around & falling off their dressers/nightstands
Payback is a beach.

LOL FTMFW!!!!!
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The floor/ceiling between the 1st floor & 2nd floor is rarely even insulated....
Mount subs to your ceiling under their bedrooms. Mount soundproofing to sub.
Play Jurassic park at 3am.
They won't know whats going on when the whole room starts vibrating and stuff starts moving around & falling off their dressers/nightstands
Payback is a beach.

LOL FTMFW!!!!!
Actually if yu tune your sub down to about 5-6 hertz, you can make them really jumpy, nervous and hostile, and they'll probably take it out on each other after a while... Sub-sonids are fun....
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Don't they have jobs they have to go to? Sounds like they have TOO much time on their hands
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Sounds like they need a 9mm dose of lead.............

No seriously, it is a tough situtation, it'* not just them being ignorant and loud. Them doing it just to **** you off makes it harder to stop. Sounds like you tried to do the right thing and talk to them but they just won't listen, I guess trying to find some legal action is your only choice.



When my wife and I were in our old apartment we had upstairs neighbors that would come home from where ever at 11:00-11:30 every other night and be loud and drunk. When I would leave for work at 3:00 am they would either be just going to bed or still up. I got fed up with having to "hint" that they were being loud (typical ceiling pound) At the time I was driving truck so a couple times I stopped by the aparment and parked my truck along side the house so that the cab of the truck was just under their window, if the sound of a CAT diesel idleing out side wasn't enough to wake them up, the air horn when I pulled away was after the second time I did that following one of their loud nights we never had problem again.
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That'* funny. If only I had a truck.
I know they work in the school year, they are both TSA'*.
I think they are both working part-time right now, but not very often.
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