Disputes with neighbours      

 

Disputes with neighbours don't have to end up in court as there is often a better way to resolving neighbourhood problems.  Community Justice Centres provide experienced mediators free of charge, to help people in dispute reach an agreement.

For more on information common neighbourhood issues, read:

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Solve your problem without going to court 

Community Justice Centres provide experienced mediators free of charge, to help people in dispute reach an agreement.

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​The information on this site is a guide only and is not legal advice - see disclaimer.