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Dear *****e and Mick
I have decided not to go ahead with erecting the fence up on Monday as planned as it feels aggressive and hostile and I don’t want to escalate what is already a difficult situation.Can you please make your claim for Prescriptive Rights with the Land Registry, if you have not done so already. I would like to enjoy some privacy in my garden for the summer and allow Daisy run free, I am also keen as am sure you are to remove the unsightly temporary fence.
It is my understanding from Land Registry, that claims for Prescriptive Rights take a number of weeks to process. I will be informed of your claim and the case will go to the adjudicator. All this will no doubt take months, you will obviously continue to use the path with permission as before.
My offer of allowing you the majority of the path to be used as your own with the fence running along the inside ( my side ) apart from the first few meters outside my back door, will be withdrawn. This was an offer I thought to be very much in your favour and I suggested it in order to get both the fence erected on Monday and give both of us agreeable outcome.It is not as I have said my preferred option to erect the fence before a resolution, however I ask that you please swiftly make your claim as if no resolution is obviously imminent, I will have no option but to erect the fence and bear cost of it being removed should your claim be successful.
I trust you appreciate that this is not a personal issue and only that not having full private use of my land outside my back door is detrimental to both my enjoyment of my property and the value of my property.
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