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Re: leylandii laws

Re: leylandii laws
Posted by: niecy (IP Logged)
Date: August 28, 2007 16:20

Thanx soo much ur a star... Its not close to his house but he has said ther's root damage to his fence he put up. He has said he's going to"employ" a tree specialist to assess the amount of daylight he's deprived of in his garden, tha root spread and the estimated growth to maturity... thenhe's going to retrieve the costs from us via his solicitor !! We have tried to assure him we will be tidying up the tree and cutting back any overhang to fence line as and when we are able to, due to the rain and holiday we had we've not yet done anything in the four weeks he's mentioned his complaintbut we do feel we have responded reasonably... Thanx again for your help xxx

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|  leylandii laws niecy 27/08/2007 13:40
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|||  Re: leylandii laws niecy 28/08/2007 12:14
||||  Re: leylandii laws chris 28/08/2007 12:59
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