Its actually not her place to confront the kids or neighbours about it, she should be going through the landlord to get these matters fixed. While it is thought to be common courtesy, the simple fact is the neighbour will most likely tell her to f-off and mind her own business and thus create even more discord than going thru the landlord with all the other tenants. What the landlord decides to do about it is the landlords problem, it should not be your problem or your responsibility to make sure the other tenants are respectful of the rules and regulations that they signed. Another reason to go through the landlord is because this will give you a leg to stand on if it isnt taken care of and wish to leave the property prior to the expiration of the lease. Yet another reason, is that the landlord becomes aware of the problem if it continues to be a problem and thus the landlord can take action sooner rather than you waiting for the neighbour to change their ways, then finding out they havent and then going to the landlord, who is going to tell you that you should have told him sooner.Originally posted by aksjg
2. Did you try to talk to the folks about the kids? Did you try to talk to the kids?