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Law of nuisance may give relief to neighbours annoyed by solar farm

Posted on September 8, 2013 by | 0 Comments
When Queensland lawyer Tim O’Dwyer read  at home  the  first  report below in The Courier Mail about neighbours annoyed by a Gold Coast property owner’s “solar farm”, he wondered how long it would take for there to be television interest in this novel neighbourhood dispute. Tim has participated over the years in more than a few TV current affairs stories about neighbours upset over fences, trees, rubbish piles, dogs, parked cars and even surveilance cameras....

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Noisy kids or nasty neighbours?

Posted on September 7, 2013 by | 0 Comments
A landlord whose tenants’ children have been accused of being noisy and playing ball games in the common area wants to know if the other residents are over-reacting or if he should give the tenants notice to vacate. One child was seen throwing stones at a neighbour’s property while another climbed a fence to retrieve a ball. A neighbour who complained got a hostile reception from the parents. Meanwhile, the situation escalated when a couple...

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