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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnjw View Post
    Surely you could argue that a pipe which has a toilet handle stuck in it so securely that Dynarod can't move it, is "damaged".
    The pipe can't function because something introduced by (we presume)accident is blocking it. I would claim that if it's non-functional, it's damaged.
    Not in my experience no, have a look at your own policy and see what it says is covered under AD and what the exclusions are.

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    Try pushing down the toilet one of those pipe unblockers. Attach to it a hook on a piece of rope. Snatch the item back up Add a magnet too if neccessary.

    Can the police not get involved if you are sure she is going to damage stuff. What about seizing something dear to her heart as a lien against rent owed etc...

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