Guarantees the tenant't right to use the premises without interference from the landlord.
The right, stated in a lease, deed, or other document, which allows a tenant or owner to enjoy possession of a property or land without intrusion.
A wonderfully meaningless term which is always contained within a lease. It doesn't mean that you can't be noisy (but remember to be considerate to your neighbours, because that's when good neighbours become good friends. Sorry 'bout that) and having a good time. If your landlord always comes over without prior notice, or send repair people over without telling youA , then they have breached your right to "quiet enjoyment".