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Legal Eagle Q & A: Neighbours and noise. Is there a legal line?
Question: I am certainly no party pooper but in the space of the last week, my neighbours have had two fireworks party that have gone on into the early hours which is causing distressful, sleepless nights for our 6 month old daughter. They haven't lived there long and parties seem to be a regular thing. We have only met them on a couple of occasions so I don't feel comfortable approaching them about the level of noise. Is there anything legally that can be done that doesn't implicate us as the people who have complained?
This Q & A is by Melinda Giles at Giles Wilson Solicitors.
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