you. That is most useful.
covenant quite clearly states that he's got the right to place a window of opaque
glass, however what it does not do is give him the easement to open it over
does stop you covering it up.
if he has opened the window for 20 years or more, (that includes his
predecessor) then he has acquired the right to open it (and easement) under the
that he cannot prove that it has been there for 20 years or more I would get a
solicitor to write to him (it is more powerful from a solicitor) reminding him
of the exact wording of the deeds (send him a copy) and reminding him that he
has the right to have the window there but not to open it so that it extends
over your property. The extension over your property is trespass and whilst he
can open the window can only open it as far as his windowsill.
can tell him that he continues to open it beyond the boundary of his property,
you will apply to court, without further notice, for an injunction to compel
him to stop the trespass into your airspace and that you will ask the court to
award costs against him.
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