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Just to be clear, you both own the drive?
Ok, then no you can't tow it. He and you have a right to use it.
What you can do is get a solicitor to write and ask him to move it or say you will get a court order. If he refuses then you can issue proceedings using form n1
The court will list the matter for hearing and decide whether to make the order getting him to move it. If the court makes the order and he refuses this is contempt of court which he could be warned, fined or sent to prison.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes it does, but that does NOT mean you can tow it away. Thats where the difficulty is.
Does that clarify? Alex
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I think the Court order will be granted. Its a shared drive, you are meant to have shared access. You cant do that whilst the neighbour is PARKED there.
Happy to help Moira. Alex