What does "basic preservation works include"? In the case of gardens:
"the clearance, repair or renewal of any drain, sewer, pipe or cable so comprised or situate; the treatment, cutting back, felling, removal or replacement of any hedge, tree, shrub or other growing thing which is so comprised and which is, or is in danger of becoming, damaged, diseased, dangerous, insecurely rooted of dead; filling in, or clearance of any ditch ……."
Do I have to pay again to continue with Neighbour saga?
I thought when I started this with Justanswer their blurb said ask as many questions as you wish, I dont recall a time limit or question limit being state. It seems when you get paid my time is up even though the problem is still ongoing??? I'll take my money to a solicitor that can properly advise me on my situation.
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