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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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First port of call is the council (even if it's not council property). they'll help you out.

You could also phone the RSPCA and mention that you're concerned because the dog is left on its own all day. But they will only take action id the dog is being mistreated.
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the mess should be reported to the council. As for the barking, try talking to them, they may not know its barking all day. Ive got a dog, and one of my neighbours reported me to the rspca coz it was barking when i was at work. I didnt realise this was happening and after talking to the rspca and getting some advice we have sorted it out and he no longer barks. I was very annoyed that the neighbour didnt just let me know, and felt the need to get the rspca involved, maybe im intimidating lol.
#3
I sympathise, what a nightmare. i HATE dog poo on the pavements, makes my blood boil:x:x
#4
Contact the local counciland they will send you a form with a diary to fill in. They ask for the day, time and how long the barking lasts for. I had the same problem last year and it was sorted out this way. Hope you have the same results. As for the poo I am sure the council would also like to hear about it.:thumbsup:
#5
You can also take your own civil action against your neighbours.

Most council's (up here anyway) don't deal with dog barking complaints as they are too numerous/difficult to verify and time consuming.
[mod]#6
This comes under the tort of public nuisance as it affects the "community at large" and isnt between residential land owners (which would be the tort of private nuisance). You should report this to your local authority/council and they will be the best people to advise on the next possible course of action.
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magicjay1986
This comes under the tort of public nuisance as it affects the "community at large" and isnt between residential land owners (which would be the tort of private nuisance). You should report this to your local authority/council and they will be the best people to advise on the next possible course of action.


If only one individual is making the complaint, it's a private nuisance - or Statutory Nuisance - as defined under EPA 1990.

That's how we deal with it up here anyway, perhaps it's different down South.
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magicjay1986
This comes under the tort of public nuisance as it affects the "community at large" and isnt between residential land owners (which would be the tort of private nuisance). You should report this to your local authority/council and they will be the best people to advise on the next possible course of action.


Get that out of your textbook, did you?!
[mod]#9
moob
If only one individual is making the complaint, it's a private nuisance - or Statutory Nuisance - as defined under EPA 1990.

That's how we deal with it up here anyway, perhaps it's different down South.


But its the communal path which is in question and not the actual nuisance between two individual properties. If it was private nuisance the dog would be doing his "business" on Rappys land, not the communal path. Therefore it is public nuisance but if the communal path is only shared between two people then you are correct, private nuisance.
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angelfairee
Get that out of your textbook, did you?!


Oi! How dare you. I cannot help it that I am an educated person who strives for perfection.

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