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Old 07-30-2012, 05:33 PM   #40
Hank Chinaski
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Re: Cf. Hatfields v. McCoys; Guelphs v. Ghibelenes

Originally Posted by Penske_Account View Post
Query, quasi-true story, I once had neighbours who arguably created an actionable nuisance with their loud parties (and did not invite me) and wilde ways. As an alternative to suing, I shatted in a paper bag, put it on their doorstep, lit it on fire, rang their door bell and this out of bounds as alternative dispute resolution?

Also, what is the SoL on such a "prank"? Would a letter of apology insulate me from legal action?

eta: this was before I was a member of any bar, except drinking bars.
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