The Sock ‘n’ Rock Music Store was located in a small shopping mall. In an effort to attract additional customers, the manager of the store installed an outdoor loudspeaker and played rock music at high volume. Nearby stores in the shopping mall objected, claiming that the loud music drove their customers away. a. Does Sock ‘n’ Rock have the right to use the rented property as it pleases? b. Do the other stores in the mall have a basis for suit, charging private or public nuisance? c. Do the other stores in the mall have a basis for suit, charging conversion? d. Would a court order preventing the loud music seem to be a good remedy?