Mary Tilly [right] and Evelyn Hodge are thought to be Britain's longest continuous neighbours (2008).
Mary Tilley, 94, moved into her home in Cambridge in 1935.
Assault is the unlawful and intentional application of force whether directly or indirectly to the person by another, or inspiring a belief in another person that force is immediately to be applied to that person.
One example which most motorists have experienced is where a burly chap driving in the lane next to you rolls down his window and, for a reason of which you may or may not be aware of and may or may not be at fault for, utters words to the effect that he is going to physically harm you.
Here are the five big offenders in the world of nasty neighbors and tips on how to deal with them.
Unfortunately, as most of us know, we do not live in a perfect society and dealing with crime, violence and/or the threats of violence is unfortunately a reality.Often we hear of, or become the victims of, individuals with or without an agenda who act in a threatening manner, attempt or even successfully inflict violence or the use of force and/or harm to innocent people or generally upset the peace.Below we briefly discuss certain instances in which you may find yourself the victim of such unlawful conduct, how such conduct is legally defined, and some of the remedies available to you.She was joined a year later by 72-year-old Evelyn Hodge – then a newborn baby – who moved in with her parents.A guide to the 2004 Act gives practitioners an overview of the contents of the Act and how it can be used to resolve antisocial behaviour.