Yes, and stop her if she is in the wrong to build to cut me off from a direct ROW path across her land.
I have written a letter to her togather with a copy of her title attached. I have a feeling that she may not reinstate my rights. Please let me know, what are the procedures to getting an injunction? what values will it hold ? how long will take to get and how long can it be for. and what are the steps after that.? many thankx
She says I must pay previous onwers debt because they did not pay towards the maintanence the passage way please clearify do I owe her money.?
Last questions, is she in her rights to build infront of my rear gate, and also can she put chains and locks on my rear access gate? is this gate shared? it opens into my garden handle and lach is on my side of the fence.
can she make me walk around her new building?
where as now I would walk across her land pass her kitchen under her house and onto the road?
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