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Old 11.04.2019, 18:06
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Re: When a man already is on his knees...

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Your building's a recent conversion from a farm building (or something similar) isn't it? Such problems will therefore be covered by the developer's guarantee and/or insurance. Contact them, plus your own household insurance and let them sort it out!

#2 son's in-laws are suing their neighbours for serious damage caused to the fabric of their property (17th century stone farm building); a burst water pipe had saturated the ground butting up to the in-laws building and despite warnings had been ignored by neighbours for years! That's being handled by their respective insurances and has been dragging on for at least four years....

EXIT.... don't you dare!

You can't let the insurance sort it when you are summoned to court, can you? Angela, I just cannot cope anymore, it's all too much in one go.
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