Q: If my neighbor throw a ball into my house many times, what can I do and what is my rights?
Until now, there is no significant damage but I feel like I have been bothered. One time, they made a big "boom" on the roof when I was taking a nap. Moreover, some previous times when they threw a ball in my house, I felt uncomfortable when they got into my house without asking. They also go through my house to back yard to get a ball without permission sometimes. I do not want everything go too far and make it like a big problem. I just want they stop throwing a ball in my house but they keep doing it again and again. One time, I talked with an adult but we could not get a deal. He was angry with me at end of conversation. So could you please tell me what I can do and what my rights is if they keep doing it? Can I call the police and make a complaint if they keep doing it but there is no significant damage?
Have a good one!
A: Keep the ball. If the neighbor causes damage with the ball, then you can hold the neighbor responsible for whatever damage she caused. If the situation escalates, you can always call the police and make a complaint against your neighbor. You could even go to court and file a claim of harassment against your neighbor for disturbing your peace and quiet.
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