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    how does it get on a LIM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John the builder View Post
    how does it get on a LIM?
    I eventually bought the house next door to me where many years earlier i had given the then owner a signature approving a plastic awning to rest on our boundary fence line. My signature and the awning situation was on the LIM.


 

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