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Sadly this is what you have to do.
You need to ask them to move or say you will get a Court Order.
If they do not move then you need to issue proceedings for possession.
You need to complete form N1 - http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n001-eng.pdf
You are asking the court for possession of the land back
The Court will list the matter for hearing and decide whether to grant possession
If the Court does and they do not move then you can get bailiffs to evict.
But if they wont move, sadly you need to go down the Court possession process.
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you but I have a duty to be honet
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Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Oh dear I had this problem with a property before and went down the accellerated route which still took a very long time. As it's commercial does the courts move quicker or is it still the same? Are you able to give me an approx time scale?
This can't be accelerated. It could take a month or two.
I will rennovate the blockbuster shop so if I was to place 2 large containers blocking their entrance of their RV and caravan whilst I rennovate to annoy them and hope they pleed to let them move is that an advisable course of action
Of course I understand the difficulties.
Would I be breaking any laws if I placed a container in front of their path to restrict their movement and annoy them back?
That may of course inflame the situation but no
Its your land. You just can't evict them.
Without a Court order
If then they vandalise the property due to my action can they go to jail?
That is criminal damage and illegal.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
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