How can I get rid of some disriptive/ violent tenant neighbors?

Recently my neighbors have attacked another neighbors grandkids and put them in the hospital with some very severe injuries. These tenants are very terrible neighbors and have been for years. This violent and drug type of activity is not safe or what I want my children surrounded by. I need to find a way to get rid of them ASAP since the landlords aren’t showing much care to the situation ans issues. These neighbors are so bad that the local PD has offered assistance in their removal as well. Can you please help as many neighbors are willing to do whatever it takes at this point?

Asked on August 15, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Colorado

Answers:

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

I suggest that you contact your landlord about the situation you are having with the next door neighbors via telephone and in writing to see what can be done to resolve the situation. If your landlord knows about a disruptive situation that you are writing about, he or she is under some duty to try and see what can be done particularly of the difficult tenants are tenants of your own landlord.

If your landlord does not do anyhting about the situation, I suggest that you consult with a landlord tenant attorney to see about the possibility of a restraining order against the neighbors or if circumstances warrant you ending your lease with your landlord without recourse.


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