Wealthy couple sue pensioner, 74, who sold them luxury £500,000 seaside home ‘then let Japanese knotweed invade their garden from her property next door’

A business couple are suing a pensioner who sold them a luxury seaside house over claims she let Japanese knotweed invade their garden from her land next door. Rosemary Line, 74, has been taken to court today by Adam and Eleanor Smith in a dispute over the …
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