Dear Madam or Sir, My wife owns a third of the share of freehold in our 3 flat building, the remaining two thirds are owned by a husband and wife who own the ground floor and first floor flats. We are being sued for damages to our downstairs neighbours' property due to renovation works in our apartment above. The case was awarded to the multitrack and we have lost our right to argue our case. My wife has been suffering from (and being treated for) post natal depression since the birth of our daughter 14 months ago (she was born around three months into the project and 1 month before it completed) and she (my wife) has not been able to cope with this and has suffered severe anxiety attacks to the point where she ignored all letters until i picked it up very late on. I think that we have been given bad advice by our solicitor and wanted a second opinion, our solicitor has said there is nothing more that we can do but I can't see how we can be treated so unfairly since they are claiming damages of £18000 plus costs (probably in the region of £30000). We accept that there was some disruption and damage but cannot accept the quantum. Our solicitor has furthermore advised that if we were to try for an application to the court to allow my wife (in who's name the property is) to make representation the outcome will not be good. Can you help, we are running short on time. Kind regards Jethro XXXXXX
Thanks for keeping me updated.
We are running out of time but I m aware that I only posted the question on Friday. I'm afraid we picked this up late but I really do need someone's help and I have no other resource.
Please do continue to try your best since every day my wife gets worse because of her condition. Our neighbours also continue to badger her despite my many requests for them to deposit.
I anxiously await your reply.
At this stage it does not look like you will be finding anyone who could help me given the time frame, would you therefore please cancel my question and refund my money?