How to get tatty old car removed?

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Rushton
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Re: How to get tatty old car removed?

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I read the last post then read the first post and thought "that's a wind-up!".
c-128
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Re: How to get tatty old car removed?

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Rushton wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 10:59 am I read the last post then read the first post and thought "that's a wind-up!".
I wondered that too - if so, it's a long term thing :D e.g viewtopic.php?t=8490 .
GrumpiusMaximus
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Re: How to get tatty old car removed?

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c-128 wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 12:22 pm
Rushton wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 10:59 am I read the last post then read the first post and thought "that's a wind-up!".
I wondered that too - if so, it's a long term thing :D e.g viewtopic.php?t=8490 .
I think we have a winner.

The tl;dr is that Rosenberg seems to think that they have rights over everybody else but when the boot is on the other foot, those same rights don't apply to others. Then throws their toys out of the pram when this is pointed out.
FrTed
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Re: How to get tatty old car removed?

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Rosenberg wrote: Thu Jun 20, 2024 2:59 pm
I say 'his' drive, but actually, it is partly on my land which he illegally paved after I removed the original boundary fence to give us more room.
And yet in this thread you say you built a wall after removing the slabs the neigbour laid...

viewtopic.php?t=8490&start=45

Conclusion: Wind Up Merchant.
"No Dougal, these cows are SMALL, those cows are FAR AWAY"
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