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Quiet Enjoyment: 

Quiet enjoyment is a right that allows a property owner or tenant to use and enjoy their property without being disturbed or interfered with by others. This means that they have the right to live in peace and without any unreasonable disturbances from neighbors, landlords, or anyone else.

Example: 

Mary is renting an apartment. Her landlord repeatedly enters her apartment without notice, which makes Mary feel uncomfortable and insecure. This violates Mary's right to quiet enjoyment. Mary can speak to her landlord to ask them to stop and may have legal options to enforce her right to quiet enjoyment.

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It's important to note that the right to quiet enjoyment is not absolute and may be subject to reasonable limitations. For example, if a neighbor is doing something that is necessary for their business or everyday life, such as construction work during reasonable hours, that may not be considered a violation of your right to quiet enjoyment.

Additionally, it's important to understand that the specific laws and regulations governing the right to quiet enjoyment may vary depending on your jurisdiction. It's always a good idea to consult with a legal professional or real estate expert to fully understand your rights and responsibilities.
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Quiet enjoyment, a right to behold,
Use your property with no one to scold.
No disturbance, no reason to fear,
Your peace and privacy must always be near.

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