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I need to know where I stand legally both in terms of the broken fence and damage to my wall. I am worried that damage will be caused to my shed If nothing is done in the near future. Is the owner of the property (or the agent acting) legally entitled to refuse to make the repairs?
Just to let you know that my internet closed down and I cannot retrieve my page. Please reply via my email. Thank you.
I am still waiting for a reply, some 2 hrs have passed.
To Alex Watts
Yes I still need help. I cannot rate the service as I have not had any so far.
One further point to mention is that it has been confirmed by my deeds (a copy of which was given to the agent although I was not obliged to do so) that the fence in question is their responsibility as is the shed which is on their property.
Not sure where you are based but the est time shown above was not UK time!! If you are based outside the UK then you will probably not be fully aware of UK laws. Please advise. Thanks
First of all, I am a pensioner and do not have funds to make repair or go to court (why should I anyway as it is their boundary fence that is causing the problem). Secondly, I do not have access to fence because I cannot move my shed and their shed backs on to mine which I believe is part of the problem. As mentioned before, I do not think it is on secure groundwork.