My father is in the early stages of Alzheimers. One of his symptoms is aggressively calling out and swearing for 20 - 30 minutes at a time. He does this several times a week, including the middle of the night. He lives in a retirement flat on a retirement village. His neighbours have been understanding but have now complained several times to the village management. He received a letter a few months ago asking him to stop it, and they are now intending to send a final warning letter after a meeting with the neighbour's family. This clearly states that he is in breach of his contract not to 'cause a nuisance, annoyance , disturbance, inconvenience, injury or damage' and he will be asked to move out and sell his flat if it happens again. My question is this: can they force him to move out bearing in mind he is nit voluntarily causing a nuisance, and is unable to control his outbursts or can we legally argue that they have a duty of care towards him and therefore cannot ask him to leave? I have sympathy with his neighbours, but this news will make his illness much worse. Thanks for any help on this!