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Is this a freehold property or a leasehold property please?
Okay. My suggestion to resolve this firstly, would be to write to him, setting out your concerns and saying that if you see him parking in your space again, then you would have to consider legal action.
If they continue, then see a solicitor and get a letter written on letter headed paper, it's amazing what effect this can have.
The letters ought to be copied in to the landlord if you know how to get hold of him.
That way, he could apply some pressure too.
I don't see why you couldn't do that, if you wanted to, on your own freehold land. Just double check there are no legal agreements in place that you have entered into which might prevent you doing that, but I doubt there will be.
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