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Anti-Social Behaviour from your Neighbours

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 18 Sep 2021 | comments*Discuss
 
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Anti-social behaviour can put a tremendous amount of strain on people and, if left unchecked, it can ruin a community all too soon, with disputes between neighbours being a common problem. There are a whole range of laws governing anti-social behaviour, which can lead to legal action being taken against the perpetrator(s).

Anti-social Problems

Anti-social behaviour can incorporate a whole range of issues. These can include problems with:

  • Noisy neighbours
  • Drug taking and drinking on the streets
  • Pets – particularly dangerous dogs and Barking Dogs
  • Litter and graffiti
  • Vandalism
  • Racism
  • Teenage gangs or other forms of intimidating groups or individuals such as young and unruly children
  • Abandoned cars
  • Fly tipping

However, it’s important to remember that in certain instances, anti-social behaviour can mean entirely different things to different people. As neighbours, it’s always necessary to realise that we will often have different values, beliefs and opinions, and so what someone might object to and see as anti-social behaviour may not be covered by any of the legislation. For example, if you like to mow your lawn every week, but your next door neighbours takes a more relaxed attitude towards keeping on top of their garden and only mows it every month or so, then that wouldn’t be classed as anti-social behaviour under the current legislation.

How To Tackle Anti-social Behaviour

There are numerous different approaches to tackling anti-social behaviour involving neighbours living close by. The action to take will often be determined by the type of behaviour involved and the person(s) causing the problem. For example, how you deal with your next door neighbour who is playing their music too loudly after midnight is likely to be very different from how you’d tackle the problem of a gang of teenage youths jumping on top of cars in the street.

In certain situations, you may feel that the problem is serious enough to dial 999 to get the police involved or, at the other end of the scale, you might be able to resolve the problem by having an amicable conversation with a neighbour. Remember that neighbours may not even be aware that they are causing a problem.

In other circumstances, however, your best course of action is likely to involve contacting the relevant department within your local authority or alternatively, getting in touch with your local anti-social behaviour co-ordinator, who is likely to be a member of your local police force. You can find out who that is on the Home Office’s website by simply inputting your postcode. Within that website, there are also details about how you can contact your local Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership Representative.

What Happens Next?

If your complaint is investigated, you may be asked to gather evidence by the antisocial behaviour team, which might include keeping a diary or log of the offending behaviour. Depending upon the seriousness of the issue, the police may be called in straight away. Should a particular case go to court, you may also be asked to give evidence.

What About Possible Reprisals?

Many people who are asked to testify against their neighbours in court are frightened to do so for fear of reprisals. However, it can be arranged for you to give evidence anonymously and you do have Confidentiality Rights. Also, a police officer, a doctor, health worker, council official or teacher can also give evidence on your behalf if you feel particularly vulnerable.

Other Solutions

In many cases of antisocial behaviour involving neighbours or other members of the community, a resolution can often be obtained before the matter even gets to court. Official warning letters and interviews can sometimes be sufficient to stop the problem, but other methods include drawing up Acceptable Behaviour Agreements or Parenting Contracts as well as Fixed Penalty Notices and Noise Abatement Notices. The courts also have the power to issue Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) and can resort to other methods such as dispersal orders and demoted tenancies, for example. Read more about how to apply for an anti social behaviour order.

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I complete understand loui78 what you're going through .. I too have moved a few fair times because of awful neighbours I could tell you all a few stories.Sadly the council will only pacify you to do a diary , they wont do much just send letters to keep you happy. They won't move them. Only thing you can do is stay or move pray you have nicer neighbours.I'm now detached but still suffer anxiety it's so out of order.My neighbour opposite can be loud at times but it's thankfully only now n then and they aren't on my wall thank god ! You should feel happy and safe in your own home it's so out of order!
Raquel - 18-Sep-21 @ 6:17 PM
I have been dealing with these type of neighbours all of my life. To say l have moved several times is an understatement. Unfortunately there are too many narcissistic people who do not face what they are doing to others and simply don't care. I have a child and live in a council block of flats. I am studying at University, some other decent neighbours in the block but l am the only one who has spoke up against the bad ones. It's quite draining complaining about your child choking on some narcs cannabis and being woken up by another's drug customers because she wont answer to her intercom 3am, so they use mine? Times l have been woken up 2am having to listen to these two 'only fans' (ew, so ugly, who'd pay for that) trying to sing. Only l have had to be up 7am for my sons school. The homophobic slurs, rows, drugs, drinking, smashing up the property, dumping black rubbish bags, peeing on the stairs and letting their dogs pooh everywhere...how do these people not see what filth they are causing. The council don't care. These tenants break every rule but yet l am having to seek a removal of myself. But l rather would. If you can, do it. I know it is easier said than done but it is not worth the stress. It's a pity these narcs can't all live together. Their purpose in life, who will be top dog? These people are sad little turds who do nothing with their life and end up alone. The fact that they refuse to face their bad behaviour is not your fault. Because you want to live a decent life and get on with it does not make it your fault. They will take it to the end of the earth that they are the good ones with their flying monkeys. These other neighbours know the truth they are just scared. So know that you're nothing like them and standing up to be counted does not make you a bad person. You have morals. That does not make you a bad person either. It means you have respect.
loui78 - 14-Sep-21 @ 1:59 PM
We have a neighbour who inherited the problem from her late mother in 2019. We didn't like her mother but the mother moved in after us in 2001 and we have been here since 1999. Generally two very unpleasant people who drink ( he drink drives) and she has co-morbid bipolar disorder ( told from her late mother to us) and frequently drunk. Dog barks day and night. Doing building renovations. Really anti social. Abusive towards me and my mother with swear words. Trying to remove the boundary fence between our property and her's on shared drive saying it's on her drive and she has a surveyor's report. We have had to call the police out as it's criminal damage to remove a fence which is not legally yours and her mother never complained about in all those years and actually pre dates us to when the property was built in 1960's. We therefore have ownership of that fence. It's coming down she said. whilst telling my 80 plus year old mother to poff and die stressing my mother out. Our CCTV caught everything. She thinks she is untouchable but we are going to take her to court for a restraining order which I'm hoping the police will support. She should be in a mental institution.
FenceNoGo - 9-Sep-21 @ 12:15 PM
I have a neighbour who constantly blows leaves onto my garden. She sits on her front and drinks coke. Now I keep discovering that 'someone ' is throwing coke over my car when it's dark but I have no proof.This is affecting my mental health.
Suffering - 3-Sep-21 @ 9:37 PM
I wrote earlier and in spite of a legal letter, the neighbour is still a problem and got worse and stopping me going next door to sort my fence out, she even got two other neighbours to shout abuse, she also trampled over my garden and moved bricks back, I am hoping the police and council will help and also another legal letter. And dragged a heavy chair to sit with a neighbour who she has coerced.I think she might have dementia.She never goes out ever, she accused me of spreading germs, but she is still sitting gossiping and had loads of visitors during lockdown.
bellah - 1-Apr-21 @ 2:03 AM
Remember the parody of the British Coal TV advertisement? " Come home to a blazing fire"(The punch line was changed to "buy a cottage in North Wales") Sadly the same thing happens in Cornwall where Cornish Nationalists are absolutely impossible. I know because I have had an obnoxious farmer trespassing in my garden with a double barrelled shotgun and telling me to my face"that the land is his because he is Cornish" My 4x4 was destroyed by arson then when the police did nothing the arsonists burnt down my home. The attack was actually a bit more subtle than that as when the 4x4 was destroyed the council pestered me with nuisance-calls about "eyesores". To try to shut the council's rattle I bought a 3000 watt vacuum cleaner which did a super job of picking up the shards of broken glass and cleaning the frontage of my home Sadlywithin a day or so someone did a humungous fl-tip of several tons of old tree branches. As I did not want anymore nagging from the councilI requested the services of the dust-cart but I was refused, TThis meant that I had to deal with the fly-tip myself( I had outlived all my best matesso there was nobody left that I could ask for help) I worked like a horse clearing up the mess but unfortunately the extreme effort resulted in strokeand the main result of the stroke is the fraudulent revocation of my driving licence. I would surmise that the fly-tip was done with a tele handler so the chief suspect is the shotgun man.
Davey - 26-Feb-21 @ 6:38 PM
Remember the parody of the British Coal TV advertisement? " Come home to a blazing fire"(The punch line was changed to "buy a cottage in North Wales") Sadly the same thing happens in Cornwall where Cornish Nationalists are absolutely impossible. I know because I have had an obnoxious farmer trespassing in my garden with a double barrelled shotgun and telling me to my face"that the land is his because he is Cornish" My 4x4 was destroyed by arson then when the police did nothing the arsonists burnt down my home. The attack was actually a bit more subtle than that as when the 4x4 was destroyed the council pestered me with nuisance-calls about "eyesores". To try to shut the council's rattle I bought a 3000 watt vacuum cleaner which did a super job of picking up the shards of broken glass and cleaning the frontage of my home Sadlywithin a day or so someone did a humungous fl-tip of several tons of old tree branches. As I did not want anymore nagging from the councilI requested the services of the dust-cart but I was refused, TThis meant that I had to deal with the fly-tip myself( I had outlived all my best matesso there was nobody left that I could ask for help) I worked like a horse clearing up the mess but unfortunately the extreme effort resulted in strokeand the main result of the stroke is the fraudulent revocation of my driving licence. I would surmise that the fly-tip was done with a tele handler so the chief suspect is the shotgun man.
Davey - 26-Feb-21 @ 6:33 PM
Remember the parody of the British Coal TV advertisement? " Come home to a blazing fire"(The punch line was changed to "buy a cottage in North Wales") Sadly the same thing happens in Cornwall where Cornish Nationalists are absolutely impossible. I know because I have had an obnoxious farmer trespassing in my garden with a double barrelled shotgun and telling me to my face"that the land is his because he is Cornish" My 4x4 was destroyed by arson then when the police did nothing the arsonists burnt down my home. The attack was actually a bit more subtle than that as when the 4x4 was destroyed the council pestered me with nuisance-calls about "eyesores". To try to shut the council's rattle I bought a 3000 watt vacuum cleaner which did a super job of picking up the shards of broken glass and cleaning the frontage of my home Sadlywithin a day or so someone did a humungous fl-tip of several tons of old tree branches. As I did not want anymore nagging from the councilI requested the services of the dust-cart but I was refused, TThis meant that I had to deal with the fly-tip myself( I had outlived all my best matesso there was nobody left that I could ask for help) I worked like a horse clearing up the mess but unfortunately the extreme effort resulted in strokeand the main result of the stroke is the fraudulent revocation of my driving licence. I would surmise that the fly-tip was done with a tele handler so the chief suspect is the shotgun man.
Davey - 26-Feb-21 @ 6:30 PM
I have neighbors who break every single rule going they smoke pot with the windows open they drink party sing this is all after midnight they have various people in and out 10 got out if 2 cars the other night they have relatives in theres always cars and vans parked outside with ladders ive tried reasoningwith them but this has been going on far too long they also throw bin bags all over the back yard and these people are actually all related to me whats the saying you can choise your freinds but not your family
Walshy - 31-Jan-21 @ 11:14 AM
This advice is out of date- the legislation was changed in 2014.
ASB Caseworker - 25-Jan-21 @ 12:03 PM
Any tips for drunk neighbour blasting tunes n shouting convo over the music
Supppa - 17-Nov-20 @ 9:41 PM
What has happened to this country? Youths can hurl rocks, apples, eggs etc at people's homes and it's ok. I moved house a couple of years ago, nightmare from hell. This behaviour affects your whole life with sleepless nights, it affects your nerves and thoughts. Whatever happened to 'Be Kind'. It is unbelievable to read how many other people are suffering in the same way. I believe that councils are to blame for allowing certain families to dominate areas, usually non working cash for kids families. (Sorry fraudulant benefit claimants, that are working and now honest workers, who are actually worse off than these dregs, are donating free food to them). Wake up! These people get huge amounts of cash off the government, sorry off your PAYE taxes, don't pay rent! Council tax etc. Also lay in bed til stupid o clock. It is the cash for kids children born to these these parasites that are hurling the rocks It is impossible for anybody to know how it feels to live waiting for the next thud on the window or door unless they have experienced it. Do holder empathy will come back and slap you in the face unless you live in a mansion with a 10' high wall. It is a crime to to cause others to live in fear, to cause pain and unhappiness. The police need powers now. It would be very different if a rock was hurled at the Queen of 10 Downing St.
Fingsick - 1-Nov-20 @ 8:31 AM
I have been living with a jealous and manipulative neighbour for 4 years, she started by making weird comments where myself and partner questioned if she was being funny or not. We then renovated our garden and ever since she has been awful, she accused me of watching her,she continuously throws leaves and garden waste over my back fence because we cut a tree down and it annoys her that she has so many trees in her garden and is forever picking up leaves, this isnt my fault,we chose to have an easy maintenance garden.she throws rubbish at the front of the house when she walks to her hins, which are actually on my land. We have spoken to various people in the area and she has upset a lot of people by accusing them of things which never happened. I don't actually understand why she is so awful, it's sad really as I used to get on with her but she brings this all on herself
Laura - 31-Oct-20 @ 8:32 AM
We had drug dealer move in next door (Private House) mummy bough it him, he had 4/5 different people living in Dogs barking Marijuana smoke in the whole house but the thump thump music all night 4pm to 07:00 people arriving in vans for drugs and walking to house, we reported it but nothing done we have no sleep wife is ill from it I hate living there , its on the market we are going .. even if its a caravan been there 37 years hate the place now...
Andria - 20-Oct-20 @ 2:11 PM
My housing are L&Q and they are taking me to court tomorrow cos they have told me I have to take my cameras down yet my neighbour can have all nine of hers up most of them are pointing on my home. But she is the one making untold complaints saying my cameras are on her she has made loads of complaints over the years to police all lies she makes people belive I am picking on her I can’t imagine what she must be saying I’ve had people come round scratch my car to bits bash the front panel in a brick chucked through the back window acid chucked over one side of my car my front room window smashed my street door holding together with a padlock everything in my garden smashed every morning I’m woken up with the house shaking with her music. When ever I have called the police they never come out the min she calls them they are banging on my door accusing me of something I have got most of what they have done to me on my cctv she has got nothing on hers of me today I had a bill of over 2000 sent to me from L&Q solicitor saying I have to pay they are also asking for an injunction on me tomorrow they keep telling me my neighbour only has one camera at the front and one at the back and that I am lieing saying she has nine well photos don’t lie people do I am disabled she keeps parking in my disabled bay she does everything to aggravate let’s see what today will bring knowing what has happened and with all my evidence I can see them still getting the better outcome then what I do
LouLou - 19-Oct-20 @ 1:18 AM
I live in a quiet hamlet in the Purbecks where my neighbours allow their son to practice his drums in the garden shed on a daily basis. They are totally unsympathetic to the disturbance it causes to me, insisting that their children are musically gifted and they will not do anything to disrupt their “gift” They further assert that because the noise occurs during daylight hours, including Sunday’s and Saturdays, they are not Breaking the law and that there is nothing I can do about it (neither a compassionate or neighbourly family).We live in such extreme times and with people adopting such a narcissistic attitude it is no wonder that so many of us are suffering mental issues.I sympathise with both the police, local authorities and health workers who are already struggling with staffing shortages due to the covid crisis, but how else do we deal with such selfish neighbours.The law has to be tightened up in the area of dealing with nosy neighbours who shouldto be named and shamed.The enthusiastic Buddhist ??
The enthusiastic bud - 11-Oct-20 @ 10:44 AM
I have the ultimate neighbour from hell. She is completely unhinged. Unfortunately her powers of manipulation are obviously fairly well honed, as she has managed to get her family and friends to damage our property at night. We have had rocks on our roof, numerous trees poisoned, a bird bath damaged and then stolen, tyres slashed, a light pointed into our bedrooms all night, a radio left playing all afternoon for weeks on end while she was at work. She has driven off the road and stopped 1 metre in front of me and abused me in front of another neighbour (she later sent an anonymous letter to that neighbour to defame me), sent a host or poison pen letters (anonymous) around our court also to defame me, abused me time and time again (mostly while drunk.) I've had abuse screamed at me whilst mowing, rocks thrown at me, and my brother and I were hosed! Made nuisance calls to my mothers home, wrote RIP on my mothers letterbox. Damaged my letterbox because I put a CCTV present sticker on it (after installing such.) We have had vexatious complaints made to the police and our places of employment,I have received email spam (with her name) and phone calls from services I've not contacted. To top all of that she gets her noise monkey of a husband (who thinks he is an excavator) to make noise all day long. Interestingly enough, everyone she's ingratiated herself with in our court has moved. We have never bothered to do the same and we are sure we have been bad mouthed to all and sundry. To this day she continues to drive slowly up her driveway and watch me if I am outside gardening and she does the same to our kindly elderly neighbour further up the court. When she couldn't convince him not to talk to us she sent her husband to their door to intimate them! He nearly broke their front door down! I've done my best to ignore everything with class resilience, and this is probably why she continues! Honestly, truth is far stranger than fiction. The woman is a total disgrace and she works for our local council. Yay! We are an educated family with two beautiful children. People wonder what it is we have done to deserve this. My family believe that our neighbour felt rejected when I didn't become "friends" with her.They also believe she had a thing for my husband. At any rate, we have suffered 12 years of grief because we didn't become chummy. I refuse to move however while I care for my elderly mother. The police wanted us to try mediation. Would you mediate with someone who has done all of the above?
JoanofArc - 5-Oct-20 @ 5:44 AM
10 am Sunday morning once again drinking and shouting in the streets sitting on the step singing to their music top volume rude think they are classy because it is cheap Prosecco??. I have the reggae reggae neighbours from hell
AP - 20-Sep-20 @ 12:35 PM
We have a nightmare neighbour down park lane east in hull, causing trouble, spreading lies about everybody, threatening to sledge hammer us, lying about having 6 months to live as he has stomach cancer when it turns out he just has gallstones, saying my partners trans which is a blatent lie, saying we have been slung out of previous property's which again a blatent lie, saying an elderly gentleman a few doors down is a paedophile which he isn't and is devastated by this as he does a hell of alot for charity, saying we have community protection notices when in fact it was him that was given one last year, the council have given them numerous warnings, telephone calls and letters, the council came out today with the police and they have denied everything, the woman who lives there her daughters in jail for drug dealing we have been told that she's going to stab us when we get out as prisons good for her it's board and breakfast so she's prepared to do it, the police have been informed about them but haven't even been to see them apart from with the council today.. The wo. An from council said that there's no more she can do and has basically passed the book and says if her daughter wants to live there when released she can!! This is disgusting they say on news about missed opportunities on the news well I maybe one or one of the other neighbours, nobody goes into the communal garden anymore because of him, we are all bungalows and everybody is either ill or disabled so why is he allowed to still live here when he's aggressive and a compulsive liar
Jenny faye - 17-Sep-20 @ 6:32 PM
i no we have a problem at 122 amerthyst road hull hu9 4jj and 124 amerthyst road hu9 4jj and 126 amerthyst road hu9 4jj this where holly wells jesica chapmon got killed by peodofiles regugual drug dealing to feed his habbit at 122 amerthyst road hu9 4jj
U2 - 14-Sep-20 @ 7:31 PM
Wow reading your stories is like reading mine. The council doesn’t respond, the police powerless,I’m having to foot the bill for cctv and cannot use my home or feel safe. Horrific loud music, music used to harass me,threats from Neighbours, chewing gum spat over the fence, and having to listen to neighbours domestics during lock down. I’ve received a threat in response to having reported them. Government need to be tougher, increase power to police and protect victims stop rewarding bad behaviour ! All this research has into impact of stress abuse loud music antisocial personality disordersetc etc pointless if not taken seriously.
Tired - 13-Sep-20 @ 9:49 PM
Hi We too had a druggie move in beginning at lockdown smoking skunk coming in our house stinks had a wordkept doing it contacted Council they spoke to her the tenant he is not he then calls us a pair of c...ts so police involved he gets a community res shuts him up but still smoking weed one day he gobs off at me basically had a little chat with him not bothering me anymore hopefully little tosser will get lost soon
Old git - 11-Sep-20 @ 7:24 AM
passed years the neighbours sleep all day up all night complete rubbish dumped in communial area vadalism lies after lies constant drug dealing coccain or amphetamines one guys going real skinny walks real fast go shopping down the road its full of smackheads gouching thats opium well these guys arnt like that there on coke or something the guy who walks fast loads of bags of food going in dunkies
U2 - 10-Sep-20 @ 8:29 AM
There is no justice when it comes to harassment from a neighbour. They will drive you insane. Don't bother with social services or council. Police are powerless. All under-funded. Not enough Housing or beds in psychiatric units. Move in if you can, otherwise live with it.
Move On - 9-Sep-20 @ 12:00 PM
The guy who lives opposite has this ugly metal chair outside on the landing which he never uses (its been outside for over a year) he has recently started coming out of his flat every night between 11pm and last night at 12.40am ! and holding the chair and standingstill scraping it loudly on the floor (theres those old type of terracotta colour tiles on floor as quite old building) I saw him by looking out of the peephole on my door, Omg the noise! It has woke me up the last 3 nights in a row. Theres 4 tenants in the block, ones on night work so he don’t hear it as he is not home, the other drinks a lot so once asleep he hears nothing.His girlfriend does not come out and ask why his doing thator anything. Why on earth would someone scrape a chair on the floor at that hour of night. When he goes out he will stand still and stares up at my window for ages (No kidding, it was just like Michael Myers in the first Halloween movie ) Plus I am a guy and this makes me feel very uncomfortable some guy standing there staring up at me. I feel watched when i go out too.
Glowstar5 - 30-Aug-20 @ 7:37 AM
Since lockdown began one of my neighbours has been smoking weed and drinking with all his mates every day for hours on end. They don’t give a toss about the lockdown rules or anyone else on the street, they only care about themselves. They’ve been throwing empty cans in the garden and spying on other neighbours.Police have been round several times but have never arrested anyone.
Dellboy - 27-Aug-20 @ 12:26 AM
Never go to the council. All they do is send out a letter and then assume it has been resolved a month later. In the meantime the neighbour from hell will retaliate and make up all sorts of lies and the authorities just go after the weakest party - usually the innocent party. So you realise nothing will be done and you decide to move, only to have to declare your complaints and devalue your property by about a third. May as well just move on when you can. Sadly the UK decided to go down a certain route several decades ago that means there is no longer any identity or community spirit or decency and most parts of the country is just dog eat dog. Unfortunately I can only see tensions and divisions getting significantly worse and coming to a head in years to come. Especially as councils continue to profit by squeezing in "affordable housing" in every tiniest little bit of land.
Johnny - 25-Aug-20 @ 4:06 PM
i have a bad black neigbour she so rude and bully she always shouting at me calling names like tranny shemale battyman. i cant stand black people they want us to support black lives matter but they are the one whos calling name im not even white im asisn.
lola - 16-Aug-20 @ 6:52 PM
I would just like to say I have a very difficult neighbour who I haven't spoken to for 10 years ever since her husband threatened me as a financial officer of mine she said moved the stones she put at the end of her driver, accidentally I felt with his car, her husband died 6 months ago and this is not grief, but she was coercing with another neighbour I don't like who is difficult, as he threatened me when I cut my lemon bush and when I went next door said he would physically remove me,he is rented and the agents know and do nothing, also he joined his own bit of fence to mine and put new supports in, pulling mine out, they also have noisey dogs,am a very quiet and shy person and live on my own, I feel intellectually I m above these people, who seem to stand out gossiping all day, anyhow, the difficult neighbour got some other neighbours who are new, to put bins to partially block me getting out then she was out pretending to do something to the joint drive way and I showed and waved my mobile, when I got home 5 hours later, she shrieked at me and followed me to my door and wanted to start a fight, two other neighbours just stood and watched (she put them again me), any way I got in and she tried to force the floor op[pen and get in my home, I managed to shut it and put the chain on and had the police, but don't feel this is enough, I can't cope with this, this has gone on for 10 years. regards, Hope you can help, any help usually is long winded and stressful, I think she should have a warning letter perhaps from the council, am I right?
susannah - 5-Aug-20 @ 12:23 PM
Hello. My neighbour is disabled but instead of asking the council orcleaners to help, she gives money to a heroin addict in exchange for small jobs. We are taking of hundreds closer to a grand x month@! I dont feel safe.. this woman smokes in the flat,doesn't open windows... it's pretty bad. The whole thing is becoming a nightmare. What can be done!? I mean it's not illegal x se but surely it's not a healthy lifestyle!? One say she is gonna set fire to the house! Thanks
VRJ - 23-Jun-20 @ 12:18 PM
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