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Unhappy With a Neighbour's High Hedge?

By: Abigail Taylor - Updated: 24 Apr 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
Hedge Height Neighbour Council Complain

What can you do if you are unhappy with a neighbour's hedge?

"The farmer with land opposite our property... has let the hedge opposite us grow well over 6ft and it's untidily restricting our view. What can we do?"

Trim any overhanging branches - Any parts of the hedge that protrude onto your land, you may trim back to the point at which they cross the boundary. (Note: This does not mean that you can trim the height of the hedge, just the overhanging branches / foliage. You must also do this from your own property unless your neighbour gives you permission to use their land for access.)

Speak to your neighbour about the problem - It may be that they do not realise how it affects your property, or that you can come to some compromise about the hedge height.

Use the Antisocial Behaviour Act - If you have spoken to your neighbour and you are unable to solve the problem, you can ask your local council to intervene using their powers under Part 8 of the Antisocial Behaviour Act 2003. This should only be used as a last resort and the council can refuse to intervene if they do not consider that you have done all you can to informally resolve the dispute first.

Complaining to your local council

If you would like your local council to investigate your complaint the hedge in question must meet the following criteria:
  • Be rooted on land belonging to someone else
  • Be made up of a minimum of 2 or more trees or shrubs
  • Be mostly made up of evergreen or semi-evergreen trees or shrubs
  • Be more than 2 metres tall
  • Be capable of obstructing light or views

You can complain to your local council if you are the owner or occupier (e.g. landlord, tenant or resident owner) of the affected property. The property affected must however be residential (i.e. not a business or warehouse).

When considering whether a hedge height detracts from the reasonable enjoyment of your property or garden, the council will consider all relevant factors, including light, views and the home owner's need for privacy.

Note: Be aware that most councils charge a fee to investigate your complaint. This can be up to £650, though the average charge is around £300. People with lower incomes will generally be eligible for a discount.

Further information on complaining to the council about high hedges can be found in this document on the government website

Remedial Notices

If the council considers that the hedge is too high, they may impose a remedial notice. This requires the hedge owner to remedy the problem and prevent it reoccurring.

Key facts about remedial notices:

  • A remedial notice is likely to include a long-term provision to prevent the problem reoccurring (for example a requirement to annually trim the hedge to prevent it growing over a certain height).
  • A remedial notice cannot require a hedge to be cut lower than 2 metres or removed entirely.
  • A remedial notice is both binding on the current hedge owner or occupier of the premises, and any future successor owners or occupiers.
  • A remedial notice will be registered as a local land charge against your property (in the same way as any other restriction such as a right of way or easement).
  • A remedial notice can be relaxed or waived at a later date by the local council. However both the complainant and the owner/occupier of the land containing the hedge will be notified if this is proposed by the council.

A remedial notice can be appealed. All appeals are dealt with by the Planning Inspectorate. There is no fee for appealing a remedial notice, but parties have to bear their own costs (for example any legal fees if you wish to get help from a solicitor).

Enforcement

If the owner/occupier fails to comply with a remedial notice, then can be fined up to £1000. The council can, in addition to the fine also require compliance with the notice within a specified time period.

Failure to comply within that period could lead to a further fine of up to £1000, plus a daily fine of up to £200 for every day that the notice is not complied with.

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My neighbour continuously mows his garden especailly on weekends when we are in the garden.He is doing it deliberately.I have mentioned it a few times but it continues.I contacted the council and they said I have to lodge a ocmplaint which comes with a fee.If I pay the fee and they act and my neighbour is found at fault am I legally allowed to reclaim the fee?Must I have to go through the council to get action?
Mas - 24-Apr-17 @ 6:32 PM
Lynz - Your Question:
Our neighbours have recently planted 9 6foot trees all along our back fence which is 5 foot. They all have canes in so I presume they are intended to grow large. They will totally block our light making our whole garden dark and we won't be able to see any sky as a result due to how our garden and house is built (the house is lower than the garden and built into it) Is there anything we can do?

Our Response:
Speak to your neighbours first. Find out how tall the trees are going to be. If they are ever green trees and there are more than two of them, the high hedge act detailed in the article might be relevant.
ProblemNeighbours - 6-Feb-17 @ 2:35 PM
Our neighbours have recently planted 9 6foot trees all along our back fence which is 5 foot. They all have canes in so I presume they are intended to grow large. They will totally block our light making our whole garden dark and we won't be able to see any sky as a result due to how our garden and house is built (the house is lower than the garden and built into it) Is there anything we can do?
Lynz - 4-Feb-17 @ 3:57 PM
I have bought bungalow in year 2000, and new neighbour moved in 2005, and for last 11 year lived with him as good friendly neighbour, he constructed extension about 1 & 1/2 year ago, his end wall of his new extension is where my conifers begin, which are there for last 25 years, I cut these every year and maintain up to 2 and 1/2 meter, without talking to me he is sending messages from other neighbours that he is going to complaints to Bradford council if I do not bring height down to 1.8 meter. The sunrise now days at 8:30 am, being winter time there is two story high house at the back of my and his bungalow, which initially blocks sunrise day light, but funny enough we hardly get any sunshine in this country which is source of light, by 9:45 am sun goes to his garden and then goes down in west in front of his bungalow, which clearly means none of conifer hedge of 2 & 1/2 meter blocks his light. I recently got fractured my right knee, admitted to hospital, and unemployed, do not have luxury of enough money or saving, just enough to buy food and make ends meet, one of my neighbours volunteer and brought height down from 3 & 1/2 meter to 2 & 1/2 meter as from last 16 years since I have inherited it always maintained at 2 & 1/2 meter. My question is he built his extension only one and half years in 2015, he never bothers me and never ask me to cut down, now without having meeting or any conversation or amicable solution he is threatening through other neighbors message passed down to me saying that how will complaint against my conifer height as these conifer hedges block his light as matter of fact we have cut down conifer and thining the width and reduced height but not as six foot down as he wish, I have taken picture before and after conifer cut down, also taken picture of sun shining in his garden at 9:45 am. In this regards please give me right advice as what else should I do, I have however passes the message through other neighbours that talk to me I will resolve any issue arisen due to my conifer hedge. Thanks with kind regards Sunny England.
Sunny - 26-Jan-17 @ 6:48 PM
I have bought bungalow in year 2000, and new neighbour moved in 2005, and for last 11 year lived with him as good friendly neighbour, he constructed extension about 1 & 1/2 year ago, his end wall of his new extension is where my conifers begin, which are there for last 25 years, I cut these every year and maintain up to 2 and 1/2 meter, without talking to me he is sending messages from other neighbours that he is going to complaints to Bradford council if I do not bring height down to 1.8 meter. The sunrise now days at 8:30 am, being winter time there is two story high house at the back of my and his bungalow, which initially blocks sunrise day light, but funny enough we hardly get any sunshine in this country which is source of light, by 9:45 am sun goes to his garden and then goes down in west in front of his bungalow, which clearly means none of conifer hedge of 2 & 1/2 meter blocks his light. I recently got fractured my right knee, admitted to hospital, and unemployed, do not have luxury of enough money or saving, just enough to buy food and make ends meet, one of my neighbours volunteer and brought height down from 3 & 1/2 meter to 2 & 1/2 meter as from last 16 years since I have inherited it always maintained at 2 & 1/2 meter. My question is he built his extension only one and half years in 2015, he never bothers me and never ask me to cut down, now without having meeting or any conversation or amicable solution he is threatening through other neighbors message passed down to me saying that how will complaint against my conifer height as these conifer hedges block his light as matter of fact we have cut down conifer and thining the width and reduced height but not as six foot down as he wish, I have taken picture before and after conifer cut down, also taken picture of sun shining in his garden at 9:45 am. In this regards please give me right advice as what else should I do, I have however passes the message through other neighbours that talk to me I will resolve any issue arisen due to my conifer hedge. Thanks with kind regards Sunny England.
Sunny - 26-Jan-17 @ 6:14 PM
I have bought bungalow in year 2000, and new neighbour moved in 2005, and for last 11 year lived with him as good friendly neighbour, he constructed extension about 1 & 1/2 year ago, his end wall of his new extension is where my conifers begin, which are there for last 25 years, I cut these every year and maintain up to 2 and 1/2 meter, without talking to me he is sending messages from other neighbours that he is going to complaints to Bradford council if I do not bring height down to 1.8 meter. The sunrise now days at 8:30 am, being winter time there is two story high house at the back of my and his bungalow, which initially blocks sunrise day light, but funny enough we hardly get any sunshine in this country which is source of light, by 9:45 am sun goes to his garden and then goes down in west in front of his bungalow, which clearly means none of conifer hedge of 2 & 1/2 meter blocks his light. I recently got fractured my right knee, admitted to hospital, and unemployed, do not have luxury of enough money or saving, just enough to buy food and make ends meet, one of my neighbours volunteer and brought height down from 3 & 1/2 meter to 2 & 1/2 meter as from last 16 years since I have inherited it always maintained at 2 & 1/2 meter. My question is he built his extension only one and half years in 2015, he never bothers me and never ask me to cut down, now without having meeting or any conversation or amicable solution he is threatening through other neighbors message passed down to me saying that how will complaint against my conifer height as these conifer hedges block his light as matter of fact we have cut down conifer and thining the width and reduced height but not as six foot down as he wish, I have taken picture before and after conifer cut down, also taken picture of sun shining in his garden at 9:45 am. In this regards please give me right advice as what else should I do, I have however passes the message through other neighbours that talk to me I will resolve any issue arisen due to my conifer hedge. Thanks with kind regards Sunny England.
Sunny - 25-Jan-17 @ 11:41 PM
Get a drill (1/2" dia) drill hole 2 to 3" deep. Get a high concentration glyphosates mix, Gloves, syringe. Cheap night vis goggles.
justDoSomething - 7-Jan-17 @ 7:35 PM
I bought my house 14 years ago, it was a new build and I went for this particular plot because the back garden had a south/west facing, meaning I got the sun all day and into the evening. The neighbour at the back planted a tree in the corner of his garden and then moved two years later. There has been two other families in the property since and neither of them have bothered to maintain this tree. It is now so tall that it blocks the sun from my garden from tea time onwards in the summer (I used to enjoy sitting out after work in the sun), it also overhangs into my garden, causing me a lot of work in the autumn picking up leaves. I have also noticed that the roots of this tree have come through into my garden. The most recent family now in the house (they moved in 1 year ago) have obviously put some sort of stone display (instead of grass) along the side of their fence (which backs onto my rear fence), however, these stones are pushing through into my side and I have not been able to put my lawn mower or strimmer along the back fence for all the stones instead I have to cut the grass in this area with a pair of shears, causing me more work. I haven't said anything to them so far but I am really sick of the extra work that there garden is causing me and I want to know where I stand legally before I have a moan at them. I know it wasn't them that planted the tree but surely they are responsible for maintaining it. I am worried if I ever decide to sell my house in the future that people might be put of seeing tree roots and stones spoiling the look of the garden. where do I stand with this situation?
Don - 19-Nov-16 @ 11:53 PM
If a neighbour is in contravention of High Hedges Scotland Act 2013, whereby 2 or more evergreen trees are blocking sunlight (are in excess of 60 feet) why should a council tennant be liable for cost to raise an action.
Joe - 7-Nov-16 @ 9:15 PM
Who is this neighbour that's got all this god given right.To have his other nieghbour or who ever it concern's to be subjected to rules and regulations.There his trees which are obviously intruding on another mans property. The law is to one sided. There are to many complaints about trees and the nieghbour who has all the right of way.Once you become a complaint with your trees YOU have to deal with it. Sunlight daylight hanging over branches. A slight alteration That's all it takes and if you keep maintaining instead of ignoring your bill wouldn't be so big.
robin - 13-Oct-16 @ 9:00 PM
After 19 years of living in my house I have new neighbour's - they have, without recourse to me, cut back a hedge that was planted on the boundary line by myself and the old neighbours, the have removed bushes and climbing plants on their side of a wall that is on my property and attached fencing and trellis to my wall, they have effectively reduced the height of the hedge and by removing the climbing plants allowing headlights from traffic to shine directly into my lounge as the road is higher than the level of my garden.Some years ago I added a fence to part of my boundary to stop my dog crawling through to my neighbors garden, this was erected about 9in from the original chain link fence that was the true boundary, the new neighbour has removed the chain link fence and erected a 2m high fence which they have attached to my fence with blocks of wood and screws, effectively weakening my fence which has gaps in it to allow the wind through, theirs is a closed board fence. We live in an extremely exposed and windy location and the new fence will damage mine. Can I legally remove firstly the fencing and trellis they have attached to my wall and remove the screws and blocks of wood they have used to attach their fence to mine? This is not the first time I have had problems with them, they have removed ivy from their side of a dry stone wall, killing off what was growing on my side causing the wall to become unstable where they have pulled the ivy off.I am a widow, on my own and frankly I feel intimidated by their blasé approach to my property. Any advice greatly appreciated.
Mummyberry - 13-Oct-16 @ 8:52 PM
MrSwivel - Your Question:
Hi. At the back of our garden is the neighbours Holly bush, a fence and behind that fence is an adjoining property which is our neighbours. We have been in the property for around 9 years, same time as them but their holly bush always causes us problems, its around 30 ft high, now overhangs our garden by at least 2/3 metres and the falling leaves have caused us a lot of trouble, especially with our kids in the summertime, they are very sharp and over the last few years, we have paid out to get this cut back and we've had enough. I've spoken to our neighbour and she doesn't want to contribute to cut them back and isn't bothered and has been very unhelpful and blunt, so what can we do? The neighbour said she doesn't want any of our cuttings back on her boundary side. I've spoken to my solicitor and he said that anything cut could be pushed back on her side, so what do you recommend? Many thanks in advance for your help.

Our Response:
Your solicitor is wrong, you can offer any cuttings back to your neighbour but she can refuse. She is not obliged to contribute towards the cost of cutting the branches back either unfortunately for you.
ProblemNeighbours - 11-Oct-16 @ 2:25 PM
Hi. At the back of our garden is the neighbours Holly bush, a fence and behind that fence is an adjoining property which is our neighbours. We have been in the property for around 9 years, same time as them but their holly bush always causes us problems, its around 30 ft high, now overhangs our garden by at least 2/3 metres and the falling leaves have caused us a lot of trouble, especially with our kids in the summertime, they are very sharp and over the last few years, we have paid out to get this cut back and we've had enough. I've spoken to our neighbour and she doesn't want to contribute to cut them back and isn't bothered and has been very unhelpful and blunt, so what can we do? The neighbour said she doesn't want any of our cuttings back on her boundary side. I've spoken to my solicitor and he said that anything cut could be pushed back on her side, so what do you recommend? Many thanks in advance for your help.
MrSwivel - 10-Oct-16 @ 5:28 PM
R - Your Question:
Enquiry for a friend. The neighbour next door is the tennant of a council house. The Leylanndi hedge which borders my friends very small garden has,over the years grown considerably in width (height has always been dealt with by my friend with the tennants agreement) My friend would like the hedge removed now as it is having an impact on her small garden shed and almost impossible to prevent it further considerably encroaching the boundary of the properties. Several years ago the tennant enquired from the council if they would pay for its removal but the council said that it was not their responsibility. My friend wishes to know if she should complain to the council and expect them to remove the roots and foliage of the trees now growing on her property.

Our Response:
The council does not have to pay for its removal. The tenant agreement will most likely include maintenance/tidiness of the garden asthe responsibility of the tenant. If your friend feels strongly about the hedge she should follow the advice in the above garden and use the high hedges legislation.
ProblemNeighbours - 14-Sep-16 @ 11:35 AM
enquiry for a friend. The neighbour next door is the tennant of a council house. The Leylanndi hedge which borders my friends very small garden has,over the years grown considerably in width (height has always been dealt with by my friend with the tennants agreement) My friend would like the hedge removed now as it is having an impact on her small garden shed and almost impossible to prevent it further considerably encroaching the boundary of the properties. Several years ago the tennant enquired from the council if they would pay for its removal but the council said that it was not their responsibility. My friend wishes to know if she should complain to the council and expect them to remove the roots and foliage of the trees now growing on her property.
R - 12-Sep-16 @ 2:57 PM
la - Your Question:
Looking for some advice.Neighbour has a large tree close to the boundary. Over the course of 10 years this has now grown out of control and is higher than a house and overhangs a large proportion of our garden. This tree now blocks light in the morning to midday, seems to have damaged fences we have erected including the concrete posts, and seems to be ruining our garden potentially through root damage.What can we do about this ?We have approached this many times with the neighbour but to no avail.Thanks

Our Response:
If there is more than one tree and they are evergreen, the above article will be of help. If not, you can remove branches and roots that overhang your side of the boundary. Please see our action guide for more information.
ProblemNeighbours - 12-Sep-16 @ 2:34 PM
Looking for some advice. Neighbour has a large tree close to the boundary. Over the course of 10 years this has now grown out of control and is higher than a house and overhangs a large proportion of our garden. This tree now blocks light in the morning to midday, seems to have damaged fences we have erected including the concrete posts, and seems to be ruining our garden potentially through root damage. What can we do about this ? We have approached this many times with the neighbour but to no avail. Thanks
la - 9-Sep-16 @ 11:01 PM
Jules67 - Your Question:
Our neighbours have only lived in the house next to ours for about 10 months. In that time they have or friends have continued to park half way across our drive and some have even parked on the drive behind my car. I have trouble getting in and out of my driveway. A friend of hers came today parked across drive and got in another car and drove off. My husband did the right thing and wrote a note asking them not to park word for word that he got of the council website. When I went out later in the day I got a mouthful of abuse from the occupant of the house next door. What can I do about her abuse?

Our Response:
Report it the police as an obstruction if you are unable to get out of your own driveway.
ProblemNeighbours - 9-Sep-16 @ 2:14 PM
Our neighbours have only lived in the house next to ours for about 10 months. In that time they have or friends have continued to park half way across our drive and some have even parked on the drive behind my car. I have trouble getting in and out of my driveway. A friend of hers came today parked across drive and got in another car and drove off. My husband did the right thing and wrote a note asking them not to park word for word that he got of the council website. When i went out later in the day i got a mouthful of abuse from the occupant of the house next door. What can i do about her abuse?
Jules67 - 8-Sep-16 @ 8:43 PM
Our neighbour agreed we could take our the hedge which technically is there's but they said just get rid of it because we won't have to cut it then. About 6 months ago we started taking it out and put up a fence which is below 6ft 6" then today out of no where he came out of the house and started having a go at me saying we agreed to 5ft, a height was never discussed and said I was a liar and called me a few other names. What do we do now? The fence isn't finished.
Karina - 27-Aug-16 @ 11:15 AM
For over 12 years we have put up with noise in the garden from an autistic child living 3 doors away.We all have quarter acre gardens but we can still hear him in our conservatory and kitchen, with all doors and windows closed.As he gets older the noise is getting louder.Whilst we appreciate how difficult it is for him and his family, we and other neughbours feel we also have the right to enjoy our own gardens and especially not to still hear the noise within our own homes.What are our rights?
Dick - 23-Aug-16 @ 7:07 PM
Kat- Your Question:
Hi I have problems with a shop keeper it is 24h off licence shop my bedroom is above the shop is don't complain about the customers who come buy things but about the shop keeper he is coming every day after 10pm and he stay till 1 or2 am in the morning whole this time he is talking loud laughing making really noises with his friends outside the shop or on a back side of the shop it's like in pub in tried to talk with him but he is ignoring me and laugh in my face I'm a care assistant and I'm responsable for elderly people I need to be fit but I just sleep 3 hour's because of the noises it even complain twice to the cuncil but nothing changed my husband and I were are looking for another place to move but in the meantime I need to have a proper sleep I'm just hopeless and tired what more can I do can someone give me an advice please

Our Response:
Yes, do call your environmental health officer. If the noise is loud, excessive and occurs regularly after 11pm, then they will be able to take action.
ProblemNeighbours - 22-Aug-16 @ 11:40 AM
Hi I have problems with a shop keeper it is 24h off licence shop my bedroom is above the shop is don't complain about the customerswho come buy things but about the shop keeper he is coming every day after 10pm and he stay till 1 or2 am in the morning whole this time he is talking loud laughing making really noises with his friends outside the shop or on a back side of the shop it's like in pub in tried to talk with him but he is ignoring me and laugh in my face I'm a care assistant and I'm responsable for elderly people I need to be fit but I just sleep 3 hour's because of the noises it even complain twice to the cuncil but nothing changed my husband and I were are looking for another place to move but in the meantime I need to have a proper sleep I'm just hopeless and tired what more can I do can someone give me an advice please
Kat - 20-Aug-16 @ 2:01 AM
My neighbour has a 3.1m leilandii hedge that backs onto our boundary fence, and the roots have lifted the flagstones on our garden path and seating area for a distance of 3.8m into our garden. The wobbly flagstones are a safety hazard, and also make it difficult to find a flat surface for garden furniture to stand on, which is preventing us from enjoying our garden. Also, if I lay a new path, the roots will just damage this, as well. I have spoken to him about the problem, and explained that I am happy for any solution that will allow me toenjoy my garden and make it safe,and he said he wanted to talk to his gardener about the problem. I have also written to him, inviting him to come and see, and also to bring his gardener so that we can find a solution that works for both parties, but he has not replied. I am also writing to the council. Is there anything else I could do, and what are my rights, please? Thank you.
Root problem - 18-Aug-16 @ 5:46 PM
Next door neighbour has a row of Leyland at the bottom of my garden the largest has a branch that has now broken the fence down and is coming into my garden the trunk is approximately 3ft diamond and with multiple branches 30ft high I have asked for the to be cut down to no avail this tree would destroy my shedand both greenhouses
Mog - 17-Aug-16 @ 5:08 PM
We Are three Neighbours on a privately owned drive where parking is banned for other cars only us., and we have little problems concering that, but a neighbours privatelt rented bungalow adjacent to our properties has large confers some 30 ft high that overhang the dividing fence between our properties some are falling over the fence which we believeare becoming dangerous and might hurt someone or even our children who play by our owned properties. The owner of the bungalow in question will not cut the trees down, als he has replaced his fence with what looks like Sheets of corigated iron which are unsightly and look like the entrance to a factory etc. This is making our privately owned road/drive unsightly, and if we want to sell (as one wants to do) would caus problems with future buyers as (I reiterate )makes the private road/drive unsightly. Can you please advise me on the law regarding this .
penny666 - 14-Aug-16 @ 7:51 AM
Looking for some advice please. My neighbours about 5 years ago built a large single story building across the entire width of their garden situated at its bottom. It has no access around 3 sides of the building as it was stupidly built within an inch of our boundary therefore my neighbours cannot access or maintain their own building from these three sides. It was also built from grey breeze blocks & at the time it was built we insisted it was at least painted as it's an eyesore. Over the years we have encouraged a bush to grow next to the building which has a fence panel & a willow screen sandwiched between them. The fence panel is their responsibility & the willow screen is mine as I added it for security. The bush is a Euonymus not a large growing plant but has to be pruned away from their building by us, mainly because they cannot access the building from that side. My question is, if the bush damages their building, are we liable to pay for the damage. I'm getting fed up having to prune my bush especially as it's not my building. The building is not part or connected to their main building. Any advice will be helpful.
MadMonica - 6-Aug-16 @ 1:44 PM
Sunny - Your Question:
My neighbour plated some sort of fastgrowing, very tall evergreen's at the bottom of their garden. Theyve become so tall that we can't get a TV signal. Much taller than a house, maybe even double or triple the height. There are 8 in a row. Where do I stand legally if I wanted them cut down?

Our Response:
Ask them first of all...they may be willing to reduce the height of the trees. As they are evergreens you can resort to high hedges legislation as details above.
ProblemNeighbours - 14-Jul-16 @ 12:01 PM
My neighbour plated some sort of fastgrowing, very tall evergreen's at the bottom of their garden. Theyve become so tall that we can't get a TV signal. Much taller than a house, maybe even double or triple the height. There are 8 in a row. Where do I stand legally if I wanted them cut down?
Sunny - 11-Jul-16 @ 5:49 PM
My neighbour has a hedge of llaylandi down our side of her garden. These have now grown up past our roof over 30ft high. There are roughly seven of these in a row with no gaps. No light can get through and our garden is in darkness from one in the afternoon. They are pushing the fences over (they are her fences but falling in to our garden) in strong wind it is quite scary to watch them sway. They start from about 1.5 meter from our house right to the bottom of our garden in a line. She refuses to do anything to them claiming they can be a wide and as tall as she wants and there is nothing we can do about it as she has lived here longer . Her garden is also full of rubbish and rats and foxes come in to Our garden from there's. Can I take action against this ? Katie - 7-Jul-16 @ 2:43 PM
Katie - 7-Jul-16 @ 10:01 PM
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