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Is it jointly owned please?
You need to write and ask that the fence is removed or say you will seek further steps from a Solicitor.If he refuses then you can get a local Solicitor to write and ask that it is removed or say you will go to Court.
If that does not work or you do not want to use a Solicitor you can seek a Court order that it is removed. You would need to use form N208:
If you are on low income or pension you may get fee remission for Court fees. The Court will list the matter for hearing and decide whether to make an order that he remove the fence.
If the Court does make the order and he refuses, this could be contempt of Court which he may be warned, fined or sent to prison.Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
When I say removed, I mean stop removing, so to re-instate.
Does that clarify?
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