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Am sorry to hear about your ongoing noise issue.
It appears your right to have peaceful enjoyment of the property has been and continues to be breached given the ongoing noise issue. Before i consider the remedies available to you, please can you confirm what steps the Landlord has under taken to rectify this issue.
Did the council responded and if so what was it.
Further is your query regarding leaving the tenancy or to put an end to the noise issue?
Ok since the noise issue appears to be something that is being dealt with, how can i help you today?
Unfortunately given the property belongs to the landlord and the agreement will be between the landlord and the new tenant there is nothing within the law to stop the landlord from disclosing this information to tenant.
However you can advise the new the tenant to consider the issues noted below before they get into an agreement with the landlord?
Before i proceed do you understand what i have stated if not please let me know.
I suggest you notify the new tenant that there is a noise but it will be rectified by the council. Further advise the new tenant to ask for a break clause in the tenancy agreement as this will permit the new tenant to break the tenancy agreement and leave the property without looking for a new tenant or owing the landlord rent until the end of the tenancy period in the event the noise issue is not rectified.
Do you understand what i have stated, if not please let me know
What inventory thing are you talking about? My last message relates to the advise i suggest you relay to the person you found to replace you.
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Unfortunately it does not state it has been done.
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The inventory matter is not something that permits you to break the agreement. However it helps when the deposit issue comes up given it will be difficult for the landlord to prove what items were damaged in the property given there is no inventory at the start of the tenancy agreement.