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- Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:36 pm
- Forum: Animals
- Topic: anybody there who actually likes cats and hates prikka??
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If the trellis is at your side but in his space or his side of the boundary he has done no wrong. If the trellis is at your side and in your space or your side of the boundary he has.
His fence he can do as he pleases with the side facing nyou if it is in his space/side of boundary
I don't think that is right. You can do something to 'your' side of a joint fence i.e paint it or attach a higher fence to it but cannot remove it without their permission.Mojisola wrote:They shouldn't have removed a joint fence. "Joint" means nothing should be done to it without both sides agreeing.
Yes EIRE. And i have permission and have not broke lawdespair wrote:Since this site is gardenlaw.co.uk ....................are you in Ireland or EIRE because i doubt the rules in northern ireland are different to the mainland
you mean like http://bostik.ie/diy/product/evo-stik/Flashband/285katee wrote:Nail some bitumen flashing tape (bitumen side facing out) where they put their fingers and feet.