Rights of access for maintenance

Re: Rights of access for maintenance

Postby scotf » Tue Mar 01, 2016 9:16 pm


Thought id update. So Sunday was D Day and i went over the wall when i saw the old lady's sister arrive to take her out at lunchtime.

Thompsons ultra already prepared in spray cannister, ladder at the ready, over done and back again in 10 minutes, even managed 2 coats. Careful not to disturb anything or leave a trace.

All done and im happy. So is she :)

Cheers guys and gals for the advice
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Trespass on unregistered land

Postby ulu1kim » Mon Mar 05, 2018 2:21 pm

Is it possible to be accused of trespass if you place markers accidently on unregistered land adjacent to your boundary.
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Re: Rights of access for maintenance

Postby stufe35 » Mon Mar 05, 2018 2:28 pm

This is a new question by a different person...best to start a new topic
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