Lady Bracknell is in high dudgeon
"Dear Sir or Madam,
I have received a letter from you today which demonstrates that you are, for reasons which are unfathomable to me, labouring under the delusion that I am the owner of 2 X Ave, Liverpool, Lxx xxx.
The only property I own is Bracknell Towers. I appreciate that this shares a post code with 2 X Ave, but see no reason why this should have led you to assume that I am some kind of property magnate.
2 X Ave is currently unoccupied. It is a large Victorian property which has been split up into flats. The owner (to whose name and address details I am unfortunately not privy) has for some months been renovating the property with a view to renting the flats out again at a higher spec once the work has been completed.
I do not appreciate receiving utilities demands for neighbouring properties and would therefore appreciate it if you could confirm by return of post that you have removed my name from the records you hold for 2 X Ave.
If Lady Bracknell were in the fortunate position of owning a number of properties and receiving a substantial rental income from that investment, then she would not jib at paying the electricity bills. But to be threatened with a large bill for a property which she does not own rather adds insult to injury, given that she has been subjected to the noise of builders and their radios from that quarter for the better part of twelve months.