A person’s rights to quiet enjoyment of property are violated if:
The landlord commits wrongful acts against the plaintiff or the property
The landlord commits negligence or some other act of omission (such as failing to repair dangerous conditions)
The property becomes uninhabitable
- A third party attempts to claim the property by challenging the lease or title
- Thus, the right to quiet enjoyment is not limited to noise violations or acts of nuisance.
Instead, the quiet enjoyment focuses more on a person’s right to possess property without having the title to the land challenged by another party.