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Good morning, welcome to just answer. I am one of the lawyers with JA and I have read your question.
I am sorry to hear of your situation. It is a sensitive one because it could be due to them being deaf why they are noisy but not realising that they are being noisy for you. They have no right to interrupt your peaceful enjoyment of your home however you have to deal with your claim sensitively in case it is argued you are being discriminatory. If they are rentng you must complain to their landlord. Regardless of ownership or being tenants if the noise is excessive and disruptive and amounting to a statutory nuisance you must report to the council and they will hopefully agree to investigate ( they do not always agree to get involved). Should the nuisance continue you will be able to make a claim for an injunction order against them using Form N16A. It may sound harsh but you must think of your own health too.
Any follow up please do not hesitate to send your message. All the best.
Hi, how much does what cost please?
If you are looking for representation then regrettably we do not offer that on JA but if you are looking for assistance with either writing to the neighour and/or their landlord or completing thecourt application then JA has a premium service for assisting with drafting content of formal documents and the offer is sent to you for your consideration and once accepted I would help with thte drafting. The documents go in your name as we do not represent. If you say what you want assistance with Iwill ask for the offer to be sent to you.