Stolen cycle locks

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reohn2
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Re: Stolen cycle locks

Postby reohn2 » 8 Feb 2018, 11:15am

[XAP]Bob wrote:Neighbour is being a bit of a grouch, and I therefore suspect that it isn't the only issue...

I tend to agree,OTOH we don't know the relationship Milner has with his neighbour.

On a practical note if the neighbour really is only worried about paint chips on the assuredly shared boundary railing a length of foam pipe lagging attached to either the railing whilst the lock is attached or to the lock itself,though I suspect there's more to it than that from the neighbour's POV.
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thirdcrank
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Re: Stolen cycle locks

Postby thirdcrank » 8 Feb 2018, 4:08pm

... the local may not extend beyond the wall, ...


A good reason to check for CAMRA evidence? :wink:

There are reasons lawyers make megabucks from a good boundary dispute.

De Sisti
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Re: Stolen cycle locks

Postby De Sisti » 9 Feb 2018, 4:33pm

milner wrote:hi ive got a question. my son want to lock his bike on some railings that separates my house from my neighbours. the bike would be lock on my path for about 1/2 an hour on a morning after he has done his paper round until goes to school, reason for doing this so doesnt bring a dirty wet bike back in the house for such short time. however my neighbour has taken exception to this and say cut the lock off the railing and hand it back if he continues to lock it there. question is .Is he allowed to do this. its not causing any real problem to him. he says it may damage the railing ie chip the paint when locking and removing lock

If your neighbour is prepared to cut the lock off the railings then they're not worth having as friends. Is the neighbour also
objecting to the bike leaning against the railings?

nirakaro
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Re: Stolen cycle locks

Postby nirakaro » 9 Feb 2018, 7:28pm

Buy a job-lot of cheap locks, and see how long it takes him to tire of trotting out with a hacksaw every morning?