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I will try and help you. Full and free right of way does not mean ownership. It simply means a right of access or right of way over the land. The fact that it states this expressly states that they do not have ownership. What exactly does your plans state? Happy to discuss. Please rate positive
Potentially - if that is the way he is presenting things. Happy to discuss but please rate positive
Sorry but I have been away - do you still need help with the last questions?
The key is that you would need proof and you would need to show that the fraud was on you. The insurance policy will from experience be a privileged document and not something to which an NPO would apply. From what you have written if there is a fraud (how he got his funding) then that would be against the insurance company rather than against you.I know that you have a complaint because you think that he has mislead the court/you. Happy to discuss. Please rate positive
I am aware of the law on NP orders (not the biggest fan of wiki type law). I have to say that I have concerns with regard to it applying and if it fails you would be exposed to the costs of making such an application.
The key on any such application is to get costs protection for yourself. I very much see the point which you are making - that he you presume mislead his insurers so that he could get funding. This is based on the advice that your insurer gave to you. I can also see how frustrating this whole thing has and continues to be with your neighbour. Happy to discuss but please rate positive for the original question.Thanks
I will do. Please do not hesitate to come back to me as necessary and please rate positive. Thanks