Published: 15:00, 30 October 2014 |
Updated: 15:36, 30 October 2014
Every Little Helps...even barriers and an eviction notice for Tesco bosses trying to get rid of this caravan.
The owners of this caravan have set up home in Tesco in Crescent Road, Faversham and it doesn’t look like they are going anywhere fast.
But the supermarket bosses had other plans and on Tuesday issued an eviction notice and placed barriers around the vehicle.
The eviction notice reads: “Tesco stores are entitled to possession of the land on which you are trespassing and we require you to leave.
“We hereby give you notice that you are occupying the above land illegally and have no right to remain.
“If you do not leave immediately together with all your belongings we will exercise our right of self-help to remove you and have instructed bailiffs to do so on our behalf.”
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