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This answer largely duplicates my answer to a similar question: The short answer is "No, it's likely that there is nothing you can do to hold building management liable for the theft of your bike." I am neither a lawyer nor a resident of Australia where it seems this happened, so this longer answer is to the best of my layman's understanding and you should ...


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If you are insured make an insurance claim and they will follow up on any legal liability someone else might have, but you get a replacement bike quickly. If you are not insured, you are in a lose/lose and maybe lose some more situation. You can accept that your bike got stolen and get on with life. Or you could sue a large property investment company and ...


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As others have already explained, cutting through one 10 mm bit of metal is definitely easier than cutting through an 18 mm one. In addition to that point the U-lock you use as a comparison would also require cuts on both sides as this video explains. This is basically because the locking mechanism locks both sides, and as you would need a massive tool to ...


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I believe this is the best out there.. http://cycletechreview.com/2013/reviews/spylamp2/



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