Keep reading to get a guide to solving noise problems – and warning them from the suburbs. If a tenant disturbs other tenants in a rented property, it is the landlord`s duty to review the situation and, if necessary, take action. The interview with the tenant who files the complaint is the first step. Owners need to get the details: When did the noise occur? How long did it take? Was it the first time this had happened? Did you confront the tenant? In short, I found a house to rent for about as much as we pay here, and I`m done with all this noise. But I looked at the lease and I don`t see any way out: is it that I am? Did anyone take care of it? DHHs are required to keep the identity of your neighbor a secret. The EHD will then assess the situation with all appropriate evidence.