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Was the car left on your land? If so you are entitled to have it moved. You paid someone to do that. You have no liability to keep or safehpguard Property left on your land.
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Your letter should refer to theirs of 14 November and go on to say: “The car was dumped on my driveway. I am under no obligation to look after it personally. I requested a vehicle remover to remove the car from my driveway. Before doing so I asked, without success, for the assistance of the police and the council. The case of Donaghue v Stevenson is irrelevant to the current circumstances. That case is authority for third parties being liable to claimants in certain limited circumstances which do not apply here. Any duty of care which I had to your insured was satisfied by me. I have already advised you of the identity of the company I employed to remove the vehicle. Without prejudice, Yours faithfully.”
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There’s nothing to stop you giving them all the information you have about the police and the tow truck company.
No you don’t. The only way they could force you is if they sue and get a court order for release of the information.
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