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An order on conviction may be appropriate where someone has been convicted in court for an offence related to their intimidation or harassment of another person.

Where action is taken in a county court in Scotland and Northern Ireland, an ASBO can be made against a party to the main proceedings or another adult whose conduct is material to the proceedings.

Because these court orders are made in civil proceedings, hearsay evidence can be used to protect victims who are too scared to come to court.

Injunctions may be made under Housing Act or Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 provisions, where the harassment or intimidation is housing-related, or under section 222 Local Government Act 1972 or Article 116 of the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1972, which enables local authorities to take court action to promote or protect the interests of the inhabitants of their area.

It is important to note here that an attitude of compromise is going to go a long way towards getting peace, you shouldn't expect to get everything you want but neither should they.

It is quite probable that your NFH has, for various reasons, not fully matured and not developed a compleat adult skill set.

Welcome to au - If you have a Neighbour From Hell (NFH) and you want to know what you can do to regain some sanity and peace in your life this website offers suggestions and links on how to manage your problem and how to avoid making things worse than they already are.

au was created in 2011 as the result of a long running NFH problem we had/have which has lead us to becoming all too familiar with what to do (and what not to do) when dealing with a provocative, unco-operative, angry neighbour.

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