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We would like to know what action to take against them.I feel very aggrieved re the malicious allegation of aggressive conduct especially as I'd try to handle the matter of the noisy cockerel politely by requesting if he would mind removing it from outside the bedroom window to which he told me to 'bring it on'? I was equally polite with her. The owner of the property is also unpleasant & unapproachable.We do have some legal cover re matters concerning building over our boundary etc, but there is some doubt as to whether we are covered. Do you think we would be able to move house. We are two women,it's a rural area & we feel vulnerable. We have lived here for 16 years & have suffered bullying from the landlord previously. I now have quite severe hypertension & although I love my little cottage & some good memories do not want to stay just to prove a point etc
The police visited myself & partner & asked that we did not engage in conversation with them.Apparently she had been in floods of tears? However she was the one who had been aggressive & was certainly not upset when I was with her. My fear is that she will make other things up. She appears to be able to manipulate issues to her advantage. I feel so vulnerable
None. My main concern in regard to this matter is that I have to walk past them to get to my vehicle & I cannot tell if they are there before hand. I am frightened that she will maliciously concoct another false allegation. I have never had any involvement with the police before neither has my partner. Also of equal concern is can we sell our property with these matters having arisen? They are in there late 20s -30s & may be neighbours for some years yet & we want a peaceful retirement
Thank you for your help. Incidentally we had a man doing some fencing here for us at the time who has volunteered that he heard no raised voices etc that she claims. He says he would be happy to be a witness on my behalf, although he did not physically see the incident.
As it appears to be a personal vendetta do you think that we may be better served to rent the property out for a period?