Very sad news. It is a reminder that we don't know what is going on in fellow forum members lives.
Nigel was probably a rarity in that he was respected as a member and for his legal knowledge both here and on the other place. I don't remember anyone having a spat with him in either place. If anyone wanted any legal question answered it was always 'Nigel Moore will know the answer to that'.
I must admit that I rarely understood half of what he posted when he was describing legal things, but that is my bad not his.
Sadly Nigel passed away on 23rd August. He had been suffering from terminal cancer.
Will miss him terribly.
Thats come as quite a shock..I guess those we 'meet' on line become a real part of our lives It does serve to illustrate how little we know about our online friends. I will miss his input, he knew his stuff and i always thought of him as someone I'd have liked to meet. Like others I didn't understand a lot of what he said but his knowledge will be missed by many. RIP..
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In the battle for canals and rivers against CRT and EA we have lost the very best that we could have! I loved his well balanced posts full of knowledge and facts, the world is a poorer place for his passing. May his onward journeys be trouble free and without failed locks
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