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We’re having a problem with religious proselytisers who (legally) ignore do not knock signs and refuse to stop when asked. Whilst disrespectful they know the law and knock as they want. With our resident shift workers they are waking them during their sleeping times.
Is there any way to get a legal message to them here in Victoria that we don’t want them on the property? Sign wording that can be relied upon? With a common driveway and no way to secure it anybody can walk down and knock on the doors.
We’ve discussed it at previous OC meetings and none of us want them to come a’knocking.
However they insist they have the right to knock on every door regardless of they’re told.
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