Yes. I went to my local police station to report the threats and abuse. They came on one occasion after altercation with neighbour when he damaged my property. Also, came when window was broken but, unable to do anything as no evidence of who was responsible.
There are three crime reference numbers relating to these incidents
From the information I provided you with do I have a case to apply for injuction?
Evidence of what?
In regard to the broken window I did not see who threw the stone. Police attended the following day and spoke to the neighbours and do not know who the culprit was.
I had the wooden fence erected on my side of the boundary so it is on my property.
What can be done next in order to obtain an injunction?
He is not climbing over it, he is climbing on the fence and the roof of my shed to gain access to the roof of his outbuilding/extension.
He does not need to do that. He can access the roof of his extension from his property. He is tresspassing on my property.
He never seeked my permission.
He is simply tresspassing on my property.
It is not just about tresspass but fear of my safety because he made many threats against me. I just do not want him to come near me nor my property.
What would you define as legitimate?
This is an outbuilding. He does not need to come onto my property. He can maintain it from his land. He is tresspassing on my property and made several threats against my person and property. There is nothing legitimate about this at all. I am concerned for my safety from this man.
I would like to obtain an injunction and would like to know what is the next step?
This extension was built without planning permission. He has no regard for the law.
He does not live on the premises and visits on a regular basis.
He can access the roof of the extension from the other side of it as he has more space.
Some of the people who were renting his property carried out some work on the roof of the extension without walking on my fence.
Therefore, there is no need for him to climb on my shed and walk on my fence as he could do the work on the roof of his extension from his own property.
I do not understand your response "No".
The fence is made of narrow thin planks of timber and one of them is already broken. Ofcourse he would cause damage by continuously walking on the shed and fence which are not made to withstand the weight of a man walking on them.
He built this extension on the majority of his rear his garden without taking into consideration that he has to maintain.
I asked you what do you mean by "No"? You have not answered.
The panels of wood have weakend and that could collapse at any time.
I am not satisfied with the answers to the questions I asked and would like a refund. Would you please let me know how to do this?