there were numerous large cow pats in the garden and lots of hoof prints in the soil and pats
So in essence, this is a counter court proceedings letter to his letter I received today?
If the only thing to prevent further damage is a stock proof fence, should I claim for the cost of this (~£675) or am I only allowed to claim damage costs?
But most importantly, where do I stand with his statement that he will pursue legal proceedings to reclaim lost revenue etc if I don't replace the fence in 14 days? Is this legitimate or just 'hot air'?
I will not have this money together in 14 days, so where do I stand?
Thank you, ***** ***** need something a bit more robust if I'm to take this firmer, so in your professional opinion does he have any right and/or legal standing to issue proceedings based on what you've read today.
I apologise if this is blunt but I need to understand my position and rights before I take action.
I think I need a solicitor's letter to settle this once and for all, can you tell me how I go about getting one please?
Additionally, have you had to deal with similar examples of Deeds of Conveyance, does this only apply to the first purchaser, i.e. the local council who initially purchased the land, or does it carry over as it wasn't presented in any searches when I purchased the property.
I need to clarify my responsibility regarding this deed as it could prove very expensive for me to pursue this legally if I'm in the wrong before I even start.
yes it does thank you. I don't have any other questions at the moment, but should I have anything further in the next couple of days will it be covered by this payment?
thank you very much for all your help