Is it illegal to remove referendum posters?



Pizza Man

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Niall996

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Limerick has come on a bit since I was last there? Looks alright.
 

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Lets go for both.
In which case my considered answer is: (a) no - indeed the pedestrian is to be commended for his public spirited action in removing such a dangerous object and (b) quite possibly yes.
 

The Nal

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Jesus what a moron. Taking down posters is the pits.

Limerick has come on a bit since I was last there? Looks alright.
Dunno the last time you were there but Im down a bit. Noticeable improvements over the last couple of years. Its a great spot to go out for a few pints. One of my favourite places in the country.
 

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Limerick City Council?
The City Councils own very few of the Streets, Roads, Footpaths or carriageway margins. They are usually owned by the owners of the adjacent houses or commercial buildings to the middle of the road. In many other cases where the land is unregistered land the roads footpaths area is owned by the estate of the person who granted 999 or 99 years leases to builders to build houses.
 

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FAKE NEWS

Why would the posters be so low? I guess this is a setup to make the other side look bad.
You guess wrong.

The posters are so low because its a pedestrian area so they're at a height that pedestrians can see.

#sad
 

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520-520 .Deuce, in the Referendum campaign tennis match.
New ball, please , Nurse Noel on standby for medical treatment to players,
Drinks break all around, umpire assistants, ballboys, ballgirls
Save the Eighth to serve.
Resume play.
 


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