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Re: Post on Facebook

By Greg (NBFC)10/7 11:07Tue Jul 10 11:07:49 2018In response to Re: Post on Facebook

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I suppose that depends on the nature of the deal. Maybe I misunderstood, but I believe the deal is that Boro simply hire the ground for the time they need to use it, and NS was also looking for other avenues to charge people (eg Nuns) to use it on a similar basis. If that's the case, then NS is responsible for ensuring that there is access.

Of course, it may be that the agreement is as it was under the previous ground owners, where Boro effectively "sublet" to the Nuns for them to play there. In that case, Nuns and Boro need to reach an agreement.

Do we know for certain which of these scenarios applies (or even if neither applies)?

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