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Good afternoon. Yes, you do have a cause of action...one for private nuisance
. It's possible you can get the city/county to do your work for you by contacting them and having them issue your neighbor a citation forcing your neighbor to clean up the property. If not, you and the neighbor on the other side should file a suit for private nuisance. Your neighbor's failure to maintain his property deprives both of you of the peaceful and quiet enjoyment of your property and directly impact the valuation of your property....and thus is legally deemed to deprive you of the habitability of your property. As such, you can file suit for private nuisance and ask the court to award you both damages
for the past deprivation of the full enjoyment of your property, and order to remediate the existing problem and to continue thereafter to maintain his property. If he then violates the court order, he would be in contempt of court and subject to civil and/or criminal sanctions.
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