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Yes you could certainly do that.
You have a right to get the items removed so that your wall can be treated.
If she refuses you can seek a Court Order under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act
This is a Court Order which compels that you are allowed access to maintain your property
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yep a couple of things 1-- My 1st letter on 22nd feb gave her 7days notice, second letter i'll send tomorrow was giving her 5 days - would that be seen as reasonable?
and as there is quite a bit of stuff do i have to put it back - which doesnt solve the problem, or can i dispose of it, or put it on her land?
You cant' dispose of it, but put it on her land
Perfect, finally is there a line that i could use that's more 'legal' than
I believe having given you considerable and reasonable opportunity to remove your items, if you do not move them by xx I am within my right to move them to your property...
Yes and you can say that if access if further refused you will seen an order under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992
okey dokey - seems pretty simple. thanks
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cool very helpful, one other thing crossed my mind which i can get detail from another day - can one appeal to have a right of way removed from a neighbour and moved to my home if there is no longer a logical reason for it being 'owned' by them? this dates back 200-300 years so i guess the need has changed
Well potentially but if you have being using it then no.
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