Using the sentiment behind his UK number 1 single as the basis for his acquisition strategy, 80s singer Paul Young used his hat to claim legal ownership of more than 140 properties over a 20-year period, a court heard today...
Popstar uses ‘Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)' to amass property empire
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You've got some cracking ideas floating around in your subs dicky -- I hope you're going to expand on them.
This one is a corker, and you've got years of lyrics to build a full sub with!
hahaha. Love it.
Suggs and his bandmates are to dispute ownership of one property as he claims title due to the abodes proximity to the centre of the avenue.
Shakin' Stevens keen to hand off one old property to Young, but desperate to hang onto the one with the mint-coloured entrance so that he can take a proper look inside.
Former UB40 front-man Ali Campbell claims his rented accomodation, owned by Young, has a rodent problem. It is particularly prevalent in the kitchen and he wants to know what his landlord suggests he does about it.
Shakin Stevens to provide a full survey of his house to prospective buyers. He admits that it needs extensive work on the shingles, floor, hinges and window panes but he has not had the time.
Nick Kershaw is after a specific house from Young's portfolio but can only remember vaguely where it is as he only visited it once in the 80s. 'Near a tree, by a river' is all he can recall, and it's bugging the crap out of him trying to find it.
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