I do. The lease has a red line around the property that includes the courtyard
I don't understand the question. I won't get any money out of him I don't think. He said they way if was done was the only way he could afford. I don't want the cowboy builders back on my property. What I need to know is am I in the right? Would he be able to take legal action against me if I tore it all up? If the ball is definitely in my court, so to speak, then I may try to make him clean it up but unless I know that I'm not sure what to do. Would is be worth going to the police and asking them? I wasn't sure if they would want to get involved. But at least that way I might get an answer that doesn't sound like it was shaken out of a magic 8 ball.
No, he is the owner or manager of the Subway sandwich shop. I bought the flat above it.
This again, really? I'm not actually talking to a real person am I? I am totally unsatisfied and think we should just end it here.
I want the asphalt to be taken up and the terrace area put back to how it was.You didn't answer any of my questions in my previous posts.
What I need to know is am I in the right?
Would he be able to take legal action against me if I tore it all up?
Would I be able to take action against him?
Would is be worth going to the police and asking them?
I'm attaching the plan of my flat on the lease and schedule 1. I'm not sure
What would be my next step then if I was to seek a court order?
Is there a particular one I can ask for?
I've had a quick look online but they all seem to be based around relationships and custody of children.
OK, yes, Thanks.
If I take this to court is there a chance that I could be made to fix the leak, bearing in mind that I have been arguing that it is my property?