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#1306126 - 07/02/2015 12:43 Re: Pulling the pin [Re: orangeroughy]
duckweather Offline
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Registered: 20/12/2010
Posts: 2715
Loc: Wantirna, Vic
Hi adon.

If I may say so, you even 'sound' a little more relaxed now that the sheep are sorted and other things are more in your favor.
Thanks for sharing your story with us all - it has been a hard road for you - but we've 'been here' for you all the way.
Now....go fishing.....

Cheers to you, Duck.

#1306240 - 07/02/2015 19:04 Re: Pulling the pin [Re: adon]
samboz Offline
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Registered: 16/11/2014
Posts: 2146
Loc: Sale, Central Gippsland, S/E V...
Lot of bends in every road adon, have a spell w/o the worry of stock, rain etc etc.

Fishing sounds good :-)

#1321668 - 23/03/2015 23:02 Re: Pulling the pin [Re: adon]
adon Offline
Meteorological Motor Mouth

Registered: 19/08/2004
Posts: 5335
Loc: Not tellin!
Well I have had some salt rubbed into the wounds today. I have just found out that my alleged mother has set a small area aside so the oxygen thief of the family can continue to run his pet sheep on. I am now pretty sure that this has been her plan all along.

She has always favoured him and I think that she has been playing the delay game until Dad died and I got sick of waiting so she could then go against dad's wishes and give it to my brother.

It hurts enough to be lied to and played but the feeling is amplified to monster proportions when it's your own mother.

Well she will never see her grandson again nor the baby on the way.
Never trust family......they will kick you in the guts just the same as any other scum off the street.

#1345012 - 26/10/2015 11:16 Re: Pulling the pin [Re: adon]
SBT Offline
Meteorological Motor Mouth

Registered: 07/02/2007
Posts: 14278
Loc: Townsville Dry Tropics
Long time no read Adon but family are the worst people to deal with. Case in point. My son in law stumped up $160K via a personal loan to buy a half share of his Mums farm in Tasmania to get her out of a financial debt that was threatening to take the farm away from her. Being family they did it all on a handshake with no survey done and no tile changed hands so he basically is in a position of he said, she said. She and the next door neighbour are supposed to be granting him an easement to get access to the 200+ acres he now owns but she has delayed him from putting in a track. Now to sort it out he needs a survey, council planning, solicitors, conveyancing etc which he has an estimate of another $25 to 30K to sort out. Never do business with family is the moral of this post and backs up what you have been saying. She is nice enough can't see why she needs to do anything with documentation.
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