Category: Relationships and Society > Law
Asked by: niceboo1-ga
List Price: $5.00
23 Oct 2006 22:29 PDT
Expires: 22 Nov 2006 21:29 PST
Question ID: 776293
I have a neighbour who watches tv very loud, does parties and moves furniture especially in the late evening and at night. I tried talking to im, but he always denies and last night when he was extremely loud and I knocked on the sealing he came down and yelled at me by my door at 2 am!!! I'm afraid of him. Where can I complaint?
Re: noisy neighbour
Answered By: politicalguru-ga on 24 Oct 2006 00:30 PDT
Dear Niceboo, If you have a problem with your neighbour, you have several options: - if you, or he, are tenants, to discuss it with the landlord (that is a long term solution) - on the short term, disturbing the peace is a violation of the law, and is something that your local police station sould deal with. [How effective that will be? I have no idea: I had a much worse neighbour, who used to beat up his wife. We used to call the police when we heard the violence inside, but these idiots came with all their flashing lights, causing him of course to stop when they were there. Because she wouldn't complain and we just heard things, nothing has happened to him. However, the police is your address for complaints.] I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you need any clarification on this answer before you rate it.
Re: noisy neighbour
From: answerfinder-ga on 24 Oct 2006 01:42 PDT
Your spelling of neighbours indicates you may be from the UK. If that is the case, then the following guidance from this website may assist you. The web design isn?t that clear but the link to continue the article is at the bottom of each page. If you?re not from the UK, then clearly the relevant legislation is not appropriate, but the general advice may well assist you. http://www.nfh.org.uk/resources/Articles/noise/index.php
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