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I own one of 2 flats with a driveway that the house behind has a right of access over. M
king is on one side of the driveway and my back door (although I use it most) is on the other, near the end. Is t I need to use the driveway to position my car and my visitors, or upstairs flat would not be able to park with house car on driveway. ere anything I can do about the house parking their cars on my driveway?
I was in the middle of editing when you replied so my question looks a bit odd now, didn't realise bits disappeared and jumped about.
How much would a letter and order cost and would it apply to future owners or would I have to do it again each time?
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