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It was in the info. provided by previous owners and ,yes, he says so. But there is nothing I can find in legal stuff about right of access.I wouldn't object to him putting his bins out, it's the fact that he uses it as a public footpath that I feel is taking it to another level. He said to me when I first moved in that 'it saves him using his front door' !
I don't know what a sinteh form is, it just says TA6,property information form;is that the same thing? And I was informed access was to put council bins out for collection. I didn't ask any further, as it didn't occur to me that anyone would want or need to use access for any other purpose.
The conveyancing solicitor I used for the purchase is looking into it- there isn't anything in the deeds I have- does the land registry go back to year dot? And from what I've read so far, it seems that all the rights are in favour of my neighbour, even if there is nothing about easements. Does the servient party ever successfully challenge these arrangements, in your experience?
thanks. There is nothing with land registry, so now I am looking at other options for answers, not feeling very hopeful. I've never had a problem with neighbours before, but this type of arrangement seems to be all too common, and extraordinarily difficult to resolve amicably, by all accounts.