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No. We do not want it to be a civil matter.
We do not want it to become a civil matter.
Sadly only the Council can take action
If the property is a mess and it attracts vermin they can take action under the control of pests act 1949
This is where the action can be taken by the Council
If they Council chose not to then sadly it is a civil matter.
This means to get anything done you would have to sue him and take him to Court.
But try the Council as the first step
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No , I thought this may be the case. Unfortunately if it becomes a civil matter it could cost us more that the value of our property so the Civil root is not the one we would want to take. Am i correct in saying this . But we would definatley approach the council a sthere are other issues. For example he urinates in the garden everday and has also been spotted pouring urine into the lane from a bucket every morning so i am guessingthat this is also an environmental issue as well.
Yes its bad news I am sorry to say.
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Many thanks indeed for your help in this matter your response has been excellent and has helped to clarify what we thought. Many thanks once again .