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Waterlooville family faces £150,000 culvert repair bill

2 May 2014 Last updated at 21:41 BST

A father and son from Waterlooville in Hampshire are facing a £150,000 repair bill for an underground pipe that carries a stream beneath their driveway.

Tony Hamilton and his dad Ken have been told by the Environment Agency that the collapsing culvert is their problem - even though it doesn't show up on their house deeds.

Experts say the law is not clear on who has legal responsibility.

Chrissy Sturt reports.

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