Postby Guest » Tue Mar 01, 2005 7:01 am

Your neighbour quite simply sounds like a bully

I do not for one minute think he has anycase in law to do this

best to check things out with a solicitor checking your deeds etc

All threats and harassment should be reported to police

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Postby Cytania » Tue Mar 01, 2005 11:54 am

It appears to me that our neighbour has no legal hold over you. They may be expecting you to share costs in a mistaken belief that you beneifit from the works or indeed that they are partially due to. Both notions are probably wrong but let him be the one to go to law and waste money on this. It's always best to defend a legal action.

If your neighbour is harassing threatening you may want to work something out that if he calls on one of you the other goes for the video camera and records his outbursts. Likewise you or your partner could make a show of immediately getting on the phone to the police; use the local station number not 999. It'll either have a calming effect on your neighbour or send him ballastic (which of course you'll video - if he grabs the camera you have a criminal damage/theft claim).
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Postby Beech » Fri Mar 11, 2005 8:46 pm

Could you decide what exactly you would be willing to do to sort this out, and then talk to your neighbour about it?
It might be a good idea to atalk to your insurers as well.
If your neighbour threatens you then talk to the police.
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Postby annpl » Tue Mar 29, 2005 12:51 am

Thank you for your replies. Unfortunately, things got way out of control. The whole matter is now in the hands of the police.
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