Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
We have written three letters and asked twice for our neighbour to move his CCTV camera over a period of three months, but he has refused to do so. Since we moved to our home in 2009 our neighbour has constantly accused us of blocking his access. He eventually took us to court and did not win, he had to pay the costs. His constant photograph taking of our property and land has not stopped, he has put up a cctv camera which is angled onto our land which makes us very uncomfortable when using the area that the camera is aimed at as we feel very exposed and do not see why he is allowed to watch what we are doing. He is unfortunately an extremely blinkered individual who will not accept the situation. We do not want the expense of using a solicitor and want to know if we can contact his solicitor privately on our own behalf to ask him to request that his client reposition his camera.
there is one camera situated above his kitchen window and it is angled toward our property. All I really want to know is can I write to his solicitor to ask him to write to his client with our request to move his camera instead of going through our solicitor? I would prefer to deal with it myself. Thank you.