Does Owner's Failure to Curb Noisy Neighbors Give You Grounds for Constructive Eviction?

Does Owner's Failure to Curb Noisy Neighbors Give You Grounds for Constructive Eviction?



There are two ways your owner can evict you: (1) “Actual eviction,” or going to court to get an eviction order, is the appropriate way; and (2) “constructive eviction,” or doing something so egregious to interfere with your business that it forces you to leave, is the other. The term “constructive eviction” is misleading since you’re the one who actually decides to leave without being ordered to. But while the “eviction” is a legal fiction, the legal consequences of being constructively evicted are very real.

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