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Hello my name is Ross and I can help with this matter. Can you give me a little bit more information please.
Ultimately, yes. They will be under specific obligations in terms of their lease, one of which will likely be specifically not to be a nuisance (this has legal definition). They should be issued a warring about their behaviour and if the continue to act in this way then it can be grounds for eviction. What you will want to do is tell the landlord that you are making a further complaint as you are entitled to enjoy your home. You can ask the landlord to deal with this in the first instance. However, if they do not do such about this and the. matter continues then you can make a complaint to the police next time it happens so that your complaint has been official logged. This will also give the landlord more backing and incentive to issue a warning to the tenant. However, just for a little bit further advice, I must advise that from a landlord's point of view, it can be quite difficult to evict a tenant even when they have realistic grounds. But if you follow the procedures of complaint through then you should hopefully be able to resolve this matter. I sincerely with you luck as there is nothing worse than disruptive neighbours!
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