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    Despite my NFH being the local nutter, I have only had cause to "discuss" two issues with him:



    1. re. kids playing football against my car (asked politely, when they refused to stop, I put my car in garage)

    2. i blocked the driveway when being picked up by a friend - he exploded, I apologised



    Although the atmosphere is horrid now, I ignore the whole lot of them and I have a buyer. I checked with CAB, they said I have not officially recorded any complaint or dispute with any official body, so am ok to put no disputes on the form - they would class these interactions as "day to day discussion".



    I agree with this - my question is - if the buyers move in and subsequently have problems, do they have comeback on me, or is it their responsibility to forge relationships with the NFH?



    I did not mention to my solicitor as there is no legal evidence supporting the disagreements.



    Worried, heard about folk suing others, would be disaster for me financially

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    Yer, it is nerve-racking, must be more so if you have a chain GULP



    I keep worrying that something will go wrong, a hiccough that leads to revelations about the NFH and I will never, never get out of here - and that even if i do, it will haunt me forever if someone sues.



    Today is a bad one - I've been inside most of the day - last night i heard the NFH talking to someone from the next street about the sh*t neighbours here and how its his property, can do what he likes, kids aren't safe in their own back yards (honestly - as if i would hurt a kid, but if i can't pull into my own drive without someone running in front, what can i do?)



    I don't trust this b*****d and believe that now he knows he cant get me to retaliate he'll up the ante, and expect either a complaint to the police about speeding (huh) or dangerous driving. Thank god he's at work most days, so will move stuff out stealth-like and bit by bit to my mom's and new lodgings.



    God, what a nightmare, 5 weeks seems like an eternity! Am hoping to pull forward exchange date, if i can do this, I can move everything out early and have a few weeks stressless!!



    Thanks for your support guys, its been a difficult few days

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    • #3
      Tracey,



      Trust the Badger - you are going to be okay on this one. You have not logged anything official so you will be tickety boo.



      I don't think I need to tell you this one, but, I have this horrible feeling that your purchasers might just become your NFH's next victims.



      Thats not your problem, though and I am wishing you tons and tons of happiness and peace in your new home - you deserve it lass !



      Here's a bunch of flowers for you that I can't give you personally.



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      • #4
        Thanks all



        re. the new neighbours - he is of mediterranean stock, and quite well built, so perhaps that fiery temperament and muscle will give NFH something to think about!



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        • #5
          I think you're OK on this one, as there have been no official complaints/ disputes recorded.



          One thing I will say:



          If you have visited the CAB, did they confirm their advice to you in writing? If not, ask them to. Keep that piece of paper in a "House Sale Paperwork" File.



          Then worry about it no more.

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