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I've got no advice for you, but you might want to know that there are a couple of duck fanciers who have taken quite a shine to you and frequently ask when you'll be around again.

As someone said above: you are loved.


Awwww, bless my two little duck-loving terrors! I miss our water fights by the fountain, I felt so young again! Give them a big hug from yodelling Fred!
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The regie is adamant that they've got things under control, although we are meeting with the other two co-owning families to see if we cannot counter sue for the various (so far unsuccessful) attempts at stopping us from moving in 3 years ago, claiming 350.000 CHF for loss of value to their house etc....not to mention the series of intimations, trespassing on our property, small acts of provocation (that we've always ignored...)
You can't be responsible for the loss of value to their house, you just moved in.
Ask your notaire for the name of a true Genevois lawyer who knows the works. It's worth the money and he/she can truly help you and guide you as to what is a real claim (if there even is one) and what is provocative nonsense.
Let somebody else do the litigating for you.

When the sea is too rough the way to survive is to let the waves carry you when you've been treading water too long. Allow yourself a well-deserved breather away from all this. Be nice to you
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