I was on a job that was on a corner lot with multiple trucks and trailers. We unhooked our tilt trailer in the street and it was partially in front of the property next door. I would have put it in front of our customers house but there were cars parked on the other side and we would have blocked the road. We started at 7:30 and found out after we had dropped the trailer that another landscaper was supposed to be working at the property next door but didn’t show up until 11:30. When he finally showed we had already finished with the first side where we had unloaded the excavator and were working around the corner at the other side of the property. His worker came up to us and asked if we could move our trailer when they got to that end of their project. I told him “shouldn’t be a problem to move it a little with a machine” since the truck hauling the trailer was hauling materials to and from our site. When they got to the trailer a couple hours later they came over and asked if we could move it now. I stopped what I was doing and walked down to the trailer where they were working with a skid steer. I figured it would be quicker and easier to have them move it rather than track out of the yard and 300 yards to the trailer. I told the guy my plan and he told me he “didn’t have time, I’m trying to get my job done and to move it myself”. ( Keep in mind the trailer is legally parked on a city street with cones at each corner.) His attitude towards the situation really rubbed me wrong so I told him that if he was to busy, then I was also to busy and my trailer would be fine where it was at. He looked shocked and told me I had to move my trailer since it wasn’t in front of our property. I told him again that we can simply push the trailer with his machine and be done with it. Once again he told me to move it myself with my own equipment or truck. I told him the trailer was fine where it’s at and walked away. What would you have done?