Part 2 (The Housing (Miscellaneous Commissions) Act 2014 gave local authorities increased powers to manage those who do not meet the conditions of their lease. If you just want the behavior to stop and you don`t want to take legal action, you can consider a mediation system. Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party helps two or more parties to the dispute find an informal solution acceptable to both parties. Municipal mediation services handle disputes between neighbors and in the community, including noise, children, pets, parking lots, and burglaries. Mediation is usually free of charge. All landlords should take reports of antisocial behavior seriously. While local authorities and housing companies may have more resources to solve problems, private landlords also need to take steps to resolve difficulties. The policy should also be clear as to the difference between a « complaint » about anti-social behaviour and a formal complaint to be dealt with in the domestic appeals process. It should provide guidance for what is not considered antisocial behaviour, for example. B disputes between low-level neighbours and daily noise which is not excessive or inappropriate. There may be a narrow line between antisocial behavior and quarrels between neighbors over relatively minor inconveniences, although these, if they persist, may become antisocial. Antisocial behavior may include: you can ask your landlord to take action against antisocial behavior. You should know if the owner has a policy and procedure for dealing with antisocial behavior.
Local landlords must have anti-social behavioural strategies. If antisocial behavior affects you or your family, you can expect Lake Garda and the local authority to take the problem seriously and take action. The police have the power to disperse groups of people who persist in acting in an anti-social manner.