OVERHANGING VEGETATION

Re: OVERHANGING VEGETATION

Postby gripodkin » Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:08 pm

I understand your frustration, peoples lack of consideration (particularily when parking cars) can be beyond belief.

As to who cares, well, I dont know is the answer, I have attempted to answer the post as raised by John Ives - I know the answer is factually correct, but as to the realities of these situations ie the car is parked in front of me right now, and I dont have my Traffic Law book with me.....people take a pragmatic approach and do what they can to resolve the situation as presented to them.

Regards

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Re: OVERHANGING VEGETATION

Postby JOHN IVES » Mon Jan 17, 2011 9:12 pm

A car parked as desribed is an obstruction. To damage it constitues criminal damage if you go equipped.

But sometimes the law is an ass
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