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Yes they think they can access at will regardless of the need for a warrant although they have not done so for several years.I think this is harassment and a breach of my rights under the Human rights act 1991
because of the constant threat.
What can I sue them for ( what would be the courses of action) and what are the time limits.
Is constantly maintaining that the unlawful action is a right they poses a breach of the human rights act (section 8) and in fact a form of harassment under the harrisment act.
Is there any case law that I could use to show they can not change the classification of my domestic dwelling to that of a farm because it suits them to do so.
My farm is next door, the property they keep accessing is my domestic residence. They deam parts of my domestic residence is in fact part of my farm because they found a small box of medicines in my garage.
Does section 28 give them the right to change the classisfication of my
residence at will.? or anything else.
What do you mean that a breach of section 8 is not a couse of action. please advise what is under section8 in this context./
I am not storing items .I put a small box of medcines in my garage prior
to disposal. The property is my domestic residence and surley they must go to court before unilaterally deem in that it is part of the farm and ignoring the need for a warrant , Surly that is the reason for the warrant provision in the act.
Are you telling me you do not know?
I understand that you can do whatever you like on a domestic residence provided it is incidental to the main perpose of the dwelling. it is still a dwelling and a warrant is required to entre. Otherwise anyone who takes work home potentially changes the status of the residence.My residence is registered as a domestic residence , not a farm and a box of obsolete medicines does not make it a farm. What is the reasoning behind your
Sorry I must come back to you on the issue of Solely . The AWA does not mention soley it does say used for their perpose referring to ones garage. I still use my garage as a garage, Yes it may well indicate that
items relating to the farm may be put on my domestic residence but it does not give a legal right to access without a warrant. It may be justification for a warrant. I do not think the Trading standards officers
can unilaterally make the decision but perhapse a court could but based on what chriteria.What are the criteria in determining if parts of my domestic residence are in fact a farm and not just storage for obsolute items.I am trying to get a handle on the judjment chriteria.