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But if i have not broken any park rules as i was not on the park. the land is owned by the national trust and a private company lease the land.
If i have not broken the park rules can they take any further action.
The police are happy that I have not committed an offence.
But how does it have anything to do with the park as the manager nor myself we on the park.
But you are not answering the point that I was not on the park!
How can rules apply outside the park. There was no offence committed on or off the park
The park rules state that an action has to happen on the park for there to be any option for them to action any breach of contract.
For instance can they make us sell our caravan
The police asked me to leave as I could be arrested for breach of the peace if I did not. The fact that the park manager drove his 4x4 across the grass between the caravans at 7pm in the dark at an 8 and 9 yr old in which they thought that some body was trying to take them was my reason for giving him a mouth full.
Yes, unfortunately that is an offence. It was quite likely the police didn't act.???????????
Him chasing my kids! Is that an offence? Or me not leaving
I just tried to rate but got taken away from the page, I will rate at the end with tip.
So the manager chasing kids in the dark off road in a 4x4 is not an offence but me giving him a mouthful over my kids near deaf experience is OK
I agree on the private land part, but my point is that it is not normal to drive on the grass or chase kids in the dark when they are playing on a area that kids play football on etc. He was chasing them, he came down through some bushes he could have ran them over! is this not intent to endanger life?
Driving without due care and attention, would not apply as it is private land. The law is very strange as I can say words which he deserved but he can attempt to run kids over and that's OK
Would he not be guilty of Affray
Chasing someone with a vehicle must come under something apart from the road traffic act. If I chased someone with a lawnmower for example there would be an offence surely