Tenants Created Nuisance Through Continued Loud Arguing

LVT Number: #31172

Landlord sued to evict rent-controlled tenants for permitting a nuisance due to "loud and furious arguments featuring excessive profanity and abusive language" occurring on 16 specific occasions during five months in 2008, and continuing thereafter on a regular basis. The trial court ruled in 2012 that landlord had established a nuisance. But the court set the matter down for a hearing on whether it should stay issuance of an eviction warrant to give tenants a chance to reduce the level of noise to "an appropriate standard."

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