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By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 22 Aug 2020 | comments*Discuss
 
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Many people who have problems with their neighbours are often reluctant to get a solicitor involved. The main concern is usually the expense that could be incurred, and they might feel that a solicitor will bombard them with all manner of legal jargon which they might not be able to understand.

However, in situations where you have either tried to resolve a particular issue with your neighbour but have reached a stalemate, you’ve gone through a mediation service and that hasn’t worked either, or the Dispute Has Become Nasty, you might have no option but to seek legal advice.

What can I Expect if I Get a Solicitor Involved?

Well firstly, don’t be put off by the, sometimes, formal atmosphere of a solicitor’s office. A visit to a solicitor’s office might seem a million miles away from anything you’ve experienced before, but good solicitors will always try to put you at your ease, and explain things to you in a way in which you’ll be able to understand. Don’t forget, no matter how serious you think your problem is, you can be sure that they will have seen it all before countless times.

What can a Solicitor Do for Me?

Solicitors can help you on a number of levels. Firstly, once you’ve explained an issue to them, they’ll be able to tell you your legal position with regard to your particular problem. They can then determine what options you might have and, if there are several, they’ll be able to tell you the effects of choosing a specific option over another and the implications of each option.

They will also act as an intermediary, entering into negotiations with the other person(s) involved and make phone calls and write letters on your behalf. They will prepare all necessary legal documents and any court applications for you, and will ensure that you are represented in court.

But I can’t Afford to Pay for All of These Services

Your solicitor will be able to advise you on whether or not you’re entitled to legal aid. If you’re on an extremely low income and/or are receiving certain types of state benefit, you may be entitled to have all or a proportion of your legal costs paid for under the legal aid scheme, and a solicitor can advise you about this. However, government plans to cut the Funding To Legal Aid will reduce this entitlement.

What if I Still Can’t Afford to Pay or Wish to Take Another Route?

Even if you don’t qualify for any kind of legal aid whatsoever, you may find that it’s not necessary to worry about the total cost of a solicitor’s bill from start to finish. Sometimes, it may only take one or two instances of correspondence from a solicitor to the other party to force the person(s) involved to accept some kind of resolution which will prevent the matter going to court anyway.

Therefore, you may find that it’s worth ‘testing the waters’ if you can afford to do that, and if both you and your solicitor agree that there’s every chance that the other party is likely to back down in the early stages. Of course, there’s always a gamble with that strategy that the other party may decide to contest the case, then you’re either stuck with continuing with the process and incurring further legal costs if you’re not entitled to legal aid, or dropping the case altogether. Your solicitor will usually be able to tell you, however, if it’s a gamble that’s likely to be successful, based on the facts you’ve presented to them.

Other Options

If you’re uncertain about engaging the services of a solicitor or simply cannot afford one and you don’t qualify for legal aid, then talking with a member of staff from Community Legal Advice, which has its own website and is a free and confidential service, is well worth approaching. They’ll be able to advise you on your legal position and should be able to put you in touch with other advice centres close to where you live, who have advisers specialising in different areas of law who will be able to give you free, impartial advice.

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Hi, I moved into an over 50's (allegedly) block (council) over five years ago to move away from drugs, loud music, banging shouting, noisy neighbours.It was fine initially, until the so called over 50 tenants starting moving in their children which the council have now allowed as long as they don't cause a problem!Well, I have not one but two neighbours who are causing problems.The one guy in the flat below is often drunk and argues with his mum, slamming and banging doors and throwing things around at unsociable hours.The 'kids' in the flat opposite me, smoke drugs which it often spills out onto the landing and into my flat and are constantly coming and going into their flat which wouldn't be so much of a problem, but it often happens after 11.00 pm into the early hours.They've had two warning letters from the council which helped for a short while, but I've had to fight to get in to that point which caused problems with the council as they're not going to do anything about it, they refuse to evict the kids.I've stopped complaining as I got tired of not being believed and having to fight.The drugs smell which made me constantly cough caused me to have thyroid problems which I've never suffered from.My thyroid had stopped working and the stress meant I struggled to keep a focus on my tutoring.I've had to take tablets to help my thyroid levels back to any kind of normal but the drugs problem with the flat opposite has started again, no surprise there as I even told the council it would start again as the daughter seems to be addicted and there are people coming and going into their flat again.It's horrible, as there's no one to turn to, solicitors wouldn't probably do anything much anyway so I have decided to just go public with it until I can move from this hell hole.I live in SW B'ham so am holding B'ham city council responsible as they are the ones who should be helping me (I'm over 50) and not allowing young people to stay here and cause problems.This is 'supposed' to be sheltered housing.What a joke.I will be making this public at a later stage in my life as the council need to be held accountable, they know it's caused me problems with my throat and the anti social problems where confirmed by other older tenants in the block that the two flats mentioned where 'problem flats/tenants' but the council didn't always believe me.I can't wait to get out of here as it's my only option now.
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Help - 2-Aug-20 @ 4:59 PM
I live in a housing association property with my wife and I am retired and I have never been associated with ASB in the past. Last week another tenant started arguing with my wife on the pathway to the property, this was a man in his 60's. This person 100% started the argument and it got very aggressive, the person was shouting and spitting in anger at my wife waving his arms around and looked like he was going to hit my wife. I ran out of the flat to defend my wife and I argued back and things went very nasty. The person was shouting "come on hit me then" obviously to provoke me and my wife said for me to go back into the property. I reported the problem to the housing association and myself and my wife have been accused of anti social behaviour and we have received a warning letter from our housing association. I don't believe that the tenant who started the problem has had such a letter. I am now fuming that my wife and myself have been accused of ASB. Just a warning if you see your wife is in danger of being assaulted, do not interfere this is the advice from the housing association or you may end up loosing your tenancy.
cjazz - 24-Jul-20 @ 12:42 AM
I want to sue my neighbours housing association for devaluation of my property as we have spent 5 years suffering my neighbour and her 4 unruly children. The noise is so bad that we cannot sit in our gardens at the moment and it is not just noise it is swearing and domestic violence. She has had her children removed twice from her care due to her own behaviour and domestic abuse from her previous partner towards her. And I have done all the right things, anti social behaviour officer from our council her own housing office involved, police involved etc... but I've had enough. What type of solicitor do i need to sue her housing association please?
JC - 27-Jun-20 @ 9:41 AM
We never had any issues for 5 years with a family of 4 upstairs in the flat above. Then a teenage parent moved on and it was a teenager's dream. Drink drugs and social parties and gatherings. Rubbish and cigarettes thrown out the Windows. Housing association aided with tenant as too much red tape. Council are even worse. If it's not a statutory nuisance They don't care. Best thing is to record it yourself on camera etc. Shame the housing association and council online. Going by the experience I've had - best thing is to give up complaining. Move or kill yourself. No one cares. No one!
Sarahree - 4-Jun-20 @ 11:59 PM
Could you answers two questions on having a building declared defective. I understand that would involve the environmental health at the council and they can then serve notices re smoke and fumes which they currently say has nothing to do with them. The neighbours below me are filling my flat not only with drugs but also food, smoke from burning food eg bread, oil etc almost 24 hours a day. The police have done nothing, the environmental health say it has nothing to do with them. The freeholders say it is my problem as well and they can do nothing. First question is how does it affect noise. For example am I then going to be told that I can't for example use my washing machine because the noise is too much in the neighbours flat. Second question is there will obviously be a loss in the value of the property. Can I sue the said neighbours for this loss as they are causing the problem. Thank you.
Jay - 19-May-20 @ 12:51 AM
Are there any good solicitors for nuisance neighbours.
Dg - 7-May-20 @ 10:31 PM
Hello I live in a council flat and the neighbours in the flat below who moved in 3 years ago have complained about alleged noise from my flat ever since they moved in. They have shouted out the window in the middle of the night distressing us and also other neighbours in the building and they have also banged and shouted through my door many times. I complained to the council about this unreasonable behaviour and the neighbours downstairs were told to stop this behaviour by the housing officers for the building.The housing officers visited my flat and took pictures of my floorring. The housing officers also told my neighbours to get an independent witness to their flat from the council to witness the noise. Which they never did. Now we have 2 new housing officers so the whole noise dispute has started up again from scratch, much to my anguish and distress. These 2 new housing officers seem to be on the side of the neighbours who are complaining, although they insist they are neutral. The new housing officers demanded that I an come into a meeting with them to discuss the neighbours complaints against me, and they asked me what I think should be done. They suggested mediation but I said I dint think that would solve this problem as my neighbours will not listen to me, when I try to explain that I am not making noise. Due to their abusive and aggressive behaviour towards me banging on my door and shouting through their window I really dont want to meet with them or have anything to do with them. The 2 housing officers demanded entry into my flat to look at the flooring (again) and I told them I am having surgery and really need to have some peace and not be harrassed. Now we have the virus pandemic so I dont have to let these housing officers into my flat but they are phoning me, and I dont want to answer their calls, and also they cant leave messages on my phone as my phone is set up so I dont get voice mail. I feel that I ma being victimised and harrassed by my neighbours and also by the council housing officers. What are my rights in this situation?
baileyb - 31-Mar-20 @ 5:51 PM
My next door neighbour has been making personal comments to me very early in the morning. He asks me if he could come ???? of me. Other gestures have been also made. I need to take legal advice.
Bel - 15-Nov-19 @ 5:01 PM
My next door neighbour at 17 hindon walk is abusing me and making me feel uncomfortable! He always spreading hate against me to other people and discriminating against me I've done many complaints to council about this guy but he don't know when to stop and he bangs on the wall alot and do alot trouble! I don't know what else I can do! And dumping his rubbish in my bin
Jamcake - 29-May-19 @ 6:17 PM
Hi i have purchased some land that i was interested in getting planning on the only neighbor backing on to the land has gone on to my land and cut all the tops off on my trees so it is now inlne with my fence who can i talk to for advice?
D - 10-Mar-19 @ 7:35 PM
Hi we really need some advice about taking our local council to court for neglect. From Dec 2017 we have been harrassed by our neighbours. We have done everything asked of us e.g.. keeping diary reporting to the police and updating local housing officer about every incident. The on going harrasment has took it's toll on our health and I have lost my job, I was working full time and my husband is on long term sick due to all the stress it has caused us. On veiwing our home an argument broke out between some off the neighbours and the housing assured us it was just a one off and everything would be ok.. We moved in September only there 2 and a bit months then it started. Constantly banging up screaming at us when we got up for work leaving me to get ready for work in our hallway. Soon as we got home from work loud music hearing songs word for word whole flat shaking. Every time we had a visitor we was subjected to loud music. Every time any of our grandchildren would visit ( every fortnight) same thing swearing up at the children all under 6 years to "f$#king shut up banging up at us. Even attacking visitors coming out to us as we are leaving our home screaming that she is gunna batter me even screamed and banged up when my friend came to pick me up for my father's funeral because she had heels on and she herd my friend walk across my living room floor then on leaving chased us out opened my friends car door and hit her then tipped all the bins over that other neighbours had put out for bin collections that morning. She screams up at us stands in our garden looking up at our window let's her dog poo in or garden, we have her on our CCTV doing all this we even record ourselves as she makes false claims. She has told other neighbours that we are either informants for the police or we are perverts having CCTV! She has called my son a pervert when he was cutting the grass for me even though his girlfriend and 3 kids and myself was also in the garden. We don't know what to do as housing officer never gets back to any voicemails or emails it took 9 months to do our moving in check that should have been done within the first 4 weeks of moving in! Nothing council have said they will move us but when? this has been going on for 14 months now. Apparently not much can be done because she is still under social services. Well what about us I have a anurysum suffer with anxiety and stress and my husband is losing weight rapidly, stressed and depressed too. How can we just be left like this when every day runs a risk we share communal garden gate and we have to go past 2 of her doors to get to our door it's hard when all she wants to do is fight me or anyone coming to and from my home mostly our daughter pulling her up when going to local shops even opening her window to tell my daughter to keep her daughter quiet (She is 3 years old) and that she is getting her baby to sleep yes the same baby that is with her every time she is banging make treats outside ou
Jobi - 7-Feb-19 @ 10:25 AM
Hi I have a rogue neighbour who is intentionally parking full length of the car 24x7 across dropped kerb so as to cause inconvenience getting in and out of a semi-detached house. I've to make many manoeuvres and drive over the kerb hardly to make it in or out. Though there is a clear case of obstruction and inconvenience caused can't seek legal help. Any advice would be appreciated. He has recently been warned on my complaint by the council for trespassing, harassment and right of quite enjoyment so is the outcome.
MC - 1-Feb-19 @ 3:11 PM
We have wonderful views from our home and our neighbour has planted trees along his side of our boundary fence. These are now reducing and slowly obliterating our views.Is there any action we can take as a friendly word has produced a response they do not intend to do anything.
RW - 14-May-18 @ 1:55 PM
Sara - Your Question:
I got a legal aid solicitor to deal with nuisance neighbours and the social housing landlord. They were useless, so tell me how this article explains HOW a solicitor actually helps? They have only corresponded with the landlords, who don't seem to think they have to do anything, they don't even have to reply to the solicitor! And mostly they don't. If the solicitor was to write to the neighbours it would make matters worse as all of them are mentally unbalanced and criminal, I am outnumbered. To make matters worse, the solicitor then started contradicting what I said and disbelieving me, which has never happened before as I visited solicitors a couple of times in the past regarding this, accompanied by my then boyfriend, and we were never disbelieved. Now I'm alone I am, which is ridiculous. I wonder if this solicitor should really be practising bevause of her attitude. In the end, the landlords don't have to respond to her letters, and they don't have to do anything, which I didn't realise and wasn't told. Additionally the police failed to act on several occasions even when there was evidence for harassment, I have had to make two complaints regarding this. I'm still waiting for results, but as for the solicitor it just seems to be a way of making money from Legal Aid when they know they may have no effect.

Our Response:
A good solicitor will be able to follow up (i.e not just send letters) and will know which laws - nuisance/anti social behaviour etc can be pursued as a private legal action.
ProblemNeighbours - 5-Mar-18 @ 3:33 PM
I got a legal aid solicitor to deal with nuisance neighbours and the social housing landlord. They were useless, so tell me how this article explains HOW a solicitor actually helps? They have only corresponded with the landlords, who don't seem to think they have to do anything, they don't even have to reply to the solicitor! And mostly they don't. If the solicitor was to write to the neighbours it would make matters worse as all of them are mentally unbalanced and criminal, I am outnumbered. To make matters worse, the solicitor then started contradicting what I said and disbelieving me, which has never happened before as I visited solicitors a couple of times in the past regarding this, accompanied by my then boyfriend, and we were never disbelieved. Now I'm alone I am, which is ridiculous. I wonder if this solicitor should really be practising bevause of her attitude. In the end, the landlords don't have to respond to her letters, and they don't have to do anything, which I didn't realise and wasn't told. Additionally the police failed to act on several occasions even when there was evidence for harassment, I have had to make two complaints regarding this. I'm still waiting for results, but as for the solicitor it just seems to be a way of making money from Legal Aid when they know they may have no effect.
Sara - 3-Mar-18 @ 6:25 AM
Penelope - Your Question:
Hi, I moved into a psl flat about 6 months ago and ever since have been kept awake by loud music, yelling and laughing and a barking dog. My bedroom borders these neighbours living room. Also, there is often a very strong smell of what I think is hashish, which normally would not bother me if it was just in the hallway but it gets so strong at times it permeates my entire flat. I have tried to resolve it myself for months as I am not keen on having the police involved due to a previous situation where a new unknown landlord came into my then flat unannounced twice, intimidating me. The police at the time said that as he was now my new landlord he could do as he pleased so I felt I had no other option but to leave the flat. I now feel trapped. Last night it was not just the usual loud party with vibrating techno music and screaming and laughing people and barking dog but the neighbour actually turned on a chainsaw several times while yelling abusive things about me (the walls are paper thin so you can hear people talking let alone loud music and screaming). I did actually phone the police twice as I am now really scared but the noise team never showed up or phoned me back. I don't know what to do any more and I have the feeling that because I come across as shaky and anxious I am not being taken seriously. Can you please help.

Our Response:
Report this to your environmental health officer. They may be able to place a noise monitor in your flat and take further action. It may also help provide you with any evidence to enable the polcie to act.
ProblemNeighbours - 16-May-17 @ 12:23 PM
Hi, I moved into a psl flat about 6 months ago and ever since have been kept awake by loud music, yelling and laughing and a barking dog. My bedroom borders these neighbours living room. Also, there is often a very strong smell of what I think is hashish, which normally would not bother me if it was just in the hallway but it gets so strong at times it permeates my entire flat. I have tried to resolve it myself for months as I am not keen on having the police involved due to a previous situation where a new unknown landlord came into my then flat unannounced twice, intimidating me. The police at the time said that as he was now my new landlord he could do as he pleased so I felt I had no other option but to leave the flat. I now feel trapped.Last night it was not just the usual loud party with vibrating techno music and screaming and laughing people and barking dog but the neighbour actually turned on a chainsaw several times while yelling abusive things about me (the walls are paper thin so you can hear people talking let alone loud music and screaming). I did actually phone the police twice as I am now really scared but the noise team never showed up or phoned me back. I don't know what to do any more and I have the feeling that because I come across as shaky and anxious I am not being taken seriously. Can you please help.
Penelope - 15-May-17 @ 1:28 PM
My hubby , my youngest daughter and myself moved into our new house 4 yrs ago.The 1st year was fine but exactly 1 yr later my neighbour told me that he had seen my hubby with another woman in our local town with a baby in a pram.My hubby can't have more kids so it wasn't him and he had called me that day from work.A month later he had a go at me for not saying hello to his partner.Then the month after he threatened to box me and my hubby, which went round to speak to him.A few weeks later I caught him throwing rubbish over my garden then all was quiet for a few months.I came home to find my new bird feeder smashed to pieces.Then 2 yrs ago on a Sunday while we were doing some DIY he came round our house and hit my hubby in the face.The police cautioned him and told him not to come on our property or talk to me at all.There have been instances here he stands outside our house and does the loopy sign and now his partner has started doing it.We had cameras installed as my car has been damaged but just later week he was yelling at me from his bedroom window and on my way back home his partner came out the house and started calling me names and then threatened my 12 yrs old daughter .I told her straight that I would rip her head off so she launched herself at me.We fought but her partner also attacked me.The police would like is to do restorative justice but they dont think they have do e anything wrong.They have slandered me in the street and tell every one who listens lies about us.We think this is parking related as they had a large drive for 3 cars but parka van outside their house and we have a drive for 1 car and park 1 car on the road.They hate me parking on the road yet my husband is allowed to do it.I want to get in with my life
Imgonnamakeyoupay - 4-Dec-16 @ 3:30 PM
huge noise of music going on for hours and poeple coming from a pob opposite where I live. could you help. Regards.
abdel - 23-Oct-16 @ 5:11 PM
I have been in my apartment for 2 years now and been wakened up at least once every night. The elderly man uses a walking stick and it thuds every time he gets up in the night. Into the bargain he then switches on his TV and I have reported this to Housing21 but no action has been taken and they haven't even contacted the people below. They have even started rumours that I am a schizophrenic, and obviously I am upset but feel even worse having returned from the police station only to be told there is nothing they can do. I have tried Environmental Health, Horsham Council, Citizen's Advice Bureau and it's all proved futile. Where do I go from here as I cannot believe that people can be so selfish and inconsiderate. I don't know that I can afford a lawyer as I am on a small pension and get help with my rent. I do voluntary work for a well known organisation andsomeone has even reported me, thinking I was earning!. It seems that I am banging my head against a brick wall!
Davy - 13-Sep-16 @ 4:34 PM
Hi, im seeking advise as recently have been receiving false complaints about nuisance noise garbage disposal and dog fouling, i have lived at the same adress for 6 years with my 7 year old daughter and never had any issues untill a new older lady moved into the next block ever since iv been receiving numerous complaints Im 5 months pregnant and keep myself to myself I know thease are acusations are false but how can I prove this, I this morning recieved a letter stating I could loose possession of my home due to 'antisocial behaviour' I feel like im being bullied. Confused why this lady is doing this to my family . How do I prove my innocence.
charlie - 17-Jun-16 @ 1:09 PM
I live in a small terraced house with an equally tiny garden, my neighbours acquired a Labrador type dog nearly two years ago they do not walk this animal and it uses the garden as a lavatory on a permanent basis, to a lesser or greater degree there is always poo out there both to smell and look at. Environmental Health came once, but my neighbour knew they were coming and cleaned up, so they assumed everything was fine... I would like to move in part because of this dirty neighbour the problem being on the sales form you must declare problems with neighbours, who would want to move in next to such people. not me ?
Vic - 10-Apr-16 @ 9:49 AM
I have a problemof racistneighbourswho have been harassing and stalkingme since I moved in my property 9 yr ago.they started shouting g throughtheirwalls that they don't know how I bought the house and that I must have done some fraud. They said I should move next to them. As the time passed by it became apparentand they were also sayingthey can see everythingI do insidemy house. They also said peopleare awarethat they watch me inside my house but nobody will report them.later on they involved the people on the other side and they would all talk about what I am doing as if theyare watchingtelevision. They said they wanted me to suffer from heart problemsand they also wanted me to lose my house. I in returnplayed my musicloud but this was duting the day to block their harassmentbut they both plotted me by annoyingme and reportingme to the counciltill the councilcame and took by televisionsets stereos and even smallalarm clocks away. The councilhave kept my propertyfor over 2 months and now they send me a letterto go to court for making noise for these people.
tsolo - 27-Oct-15 @ 2:39 AM
Having problem with all neighbours. I have the police loads of time and housing team and saying they can't help me. I have four children being abuse everyday and myself too. The neighbours being racism toward me and my kids. They have hit my children and I did report it to the police but they didn't any thing about this matter. So need with what right I have because me and my kids ain't safe in the house. We need a move but they won't move me and my children. This has been going on the 2years half and can't take no more bullying. So need your help me please
Frazer - 12-Sep-15 @ 11:38 PM
We moved into this house 23 months ago - old lady next door on the surface OK but she has a problem with shouting day and night. I have gone through all of the channels, doctors relatives council police adult social care and got no where. We will have to sell up as the situation is intolerable. Anyone know a solicitor who will take this on in Leeds?
Tog1951 - 14-Aug-15 @ 5:36 PM
Hi I am looking for some advice, we have had a constant battle with our local council for almost 18 years regarding our neighbours who cause problems from abuse, setting there dog to attack anyone walking down the street, to damaging property, preventing emergency vehicles from getting access, threatening us, partying from anything from 7 in the evening til up to 11 the next morning and sometimes partying for 3 days solid. The police, local councillor and noise abatement team have all been out over the years to witness this, they are well known as a problem family as they were originally moved to there house now to avoid the council evicting them at the time. For the last 8 years the Local council housing department man has had emails back and forth regarding the problems and keeps promising they are doing this and that to get an eviction, it never happens. At the last point we were told that they could not progress to the courts as there had been no complaints for 6 months. As a result from all this stress my mother has recently had a heart attack and my father has developed heart problems. I have kept record of letters sent between ourselves and the council/police/Scottish parliament,
TakeItIntoMyOwnHands - 3-Apr-15 @ 9:22 AM
I have suffered years of harassment/bullying/stalking and verbal abuse. The police never took this seriously but turned it on to me, an immigrant. the Sgt. Told me that police in south London, detest immigrants!!! So this lying devious jealous female got a way with all...lucky in 2014 Boyfriend chucked her out...getting rid of her...?????but she Had recruited. Drug dealersto harass meandtrash my car etc..... council told me they are not interested in Owners!!!!so they permitted the harassment,in fact they Insulted me,etc.. The new neighbour to. Behave in a barbaric way....lying and non stop harassment Police took her side.....being alone is an easy target...and female! So no one will take complaints about this female...she has connection to police and council. so. I should have erecteda full. CCTV set..?to record and. I advise. all to do this. Cameras don't lie. But nasty neighbours do. It is expensive.but worth every penny....police can'tlie and they do!!! I bought a one camera wireless /plug in set...in Croydon.. Input it on my window will . And have the screen in the lounge to watch. Oh boy! CCTV works well.....£190.00 well spent....3 years too late..so do this!
blue - 15-Feb-15 @ 7:08 PM
my fifteen year old daughter has been getting mentally and physically abuse and bullying from middle aged woman in street for two years
Leah - 15-Jun-14 @ 4:14 PM
I've had issues for a number of years with a neighbour, we now try to avoid him now. He's forced one family to move and we now have a new neighbour. She insists on parking inconsiderately. I have asked her to be more considerate and she flew off the handle. She said she had now become our neighbour from hell and that the first neighbour had warned he about us. The first neighbour is being 'done' for harassment, but I think something needs to be done to stop him telling people we're the baddies; there's others that don't speak to us as a result of him saying things about us. I just want to come home from work and get in with my life.
Fed up - 18-May-14 @ 3:00 PM
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