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The Land Registry states that our neighbour has access over

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The Land Registry states that our neighbour has access over our driveway by any means in to her garage or in to her back gate. She or her family park on the drive, wash their cars, take deliveries and generally make a nuisance of themselves. We have tried asking politely that they abide by the rules, but they are very obusive. What can we do about this situation?

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Thanks for your patience.

If the things that they are doing are not specifically granted by the right of way that they have then they have no legal right to do them.

I would state by writing a letter yourselves to them referring to the Land Registry Official Copies and the specific wording of the right. Further state the actions which you consider that they have no right to do. State that if they do not cease the offending actions then you will instruct a solicitor to apply to Court for an injunction stating that they should ceased. Breach of any injunction can be a criminal offence.

If they carry on then instruct a solicitor to write a letter before action to them stating that an application will be submitted to court upon the first further example of a breach.

If they breach again then you will have no option but to apply to Court.

Start a diary of their breaches, open a file and if you can take pictures of their behaviour.

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