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It was just hear say no legal person told us this. We had a caravan stolen from a secure lock up many years ago, and our neighbours told us that we should park the caravan on our drive (we live is a cul-de-sac, its big enough to hold 3 cars), it dosent cause an obstruction or interfer with any one else. We have now have a slight disagreement with the same neighbour where they keep parking their cars in front of our drive and we cannot get the caravan out. So before have a talk with them, i wanted to know where we legally stood with the caravan in case he then states we are not allowed to keep it there
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX brilliant, i just wanted to be prepared incase he brought it up, unfortunately for him, he is not squeeky clean.
Thank you again
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