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Old 06-30-2010, 07:31 PM   #16
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hi all, new to the forum.

the contractor I hired to put on a new roof 2 months ago left a pallet of shingles in my front yard. They have been sitting there, being rained on and available to thieves. I have called and left messages with the builder several times asking him to remove the shingles from my property. He has not acted on my requests and I am tired of looking at them.

at some point do these become "mine"? it's unfair that he uses my front lawn as his personal storage facility.

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funny that..
I came home today and the pallet was gone.
guess they finally came to get them.
huh ?

Why 2 logins, which one do you want to keep ?

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huh ?

Why 2 logins, which one do you want to keep ?
sorry i forgot i had this account and it just logged me in automatically. i posted from work earlier.
i'll try to use only one in the future.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:56 PM   #18
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Scuba grabbed them.

How many bundles did you get Dave?
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Scuba grabbed them.
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Still, a good contractor would leave you a few tiles in case of repairs from bad weather even if he paid for them.

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