I have had a fellow tenant who has engaged in harassment via laser lights, which has resulted in a police report on these tenants who makes lots of notice after 10pm at night and other such nuisance behavior. It is my understanding that I am not wrong for asking the landlord to do something about this. Unfortunately, nothing has been done expect empty promises that I should continue to call the police so they can make a tight case to evict them.
My understanding is that in Texas you don't need so much police reports and accumulating incidents, one violation is enough. So I feel like I was stringed along and sure enough the real estate company sold the apartment complex to another company and the problem persists.
Is there any documentation out there on how to terminate a lease via court procedure for a landlord not ensuring quiet enjoyment?
Unfortunately I have not received consistent answers, for example, here in this documentation: https://www.rentprep.com/landlord-tips/quiet-enjoyment/
It says that a landlord allowing loud noises and things infringing on others quiet enjoyment to be a breach of quiet enjoyment, but then I have also been told that these types of matters are "fraught" when taken to court.
So which is it? And is there any solid documentation out there one way or the other for the state of Texas?