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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Do you have any agreement whatsoever for the land please?
we do not have any agreement for this land
It shows I am on and offline when I change screens.
Its bad news then I am sorry to say
If you have no legal right to be on the land then you can be asked to leave.
Even though you are in possession.
even after 18 years?
Further in order to claim adverse possession you must write to the Land Registry and get the land registered in your name
It takes 10 years to be in possession then you need to apply to the Land Registry for registration
They notify the owner and the owner can object. If the owner does the application fails.
But you have not done that and the Council has given you notice to leave.
If you fail to leave they can simply apply to the Court and get you to leave and pay those Court cost
You have no right to stay on the land as you have no agreement and you have not applied for adverse possession
the land registry said that because it is an unregistered lease they can not give adverse possession.
Therefore it makes no difference whether you have been there 10 years or 100 years.
Even so -you have no right to be there
You have no agreement.
The person that has benefit of the land has asked you to leave.
You have no right to remain
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
even if they have no access and the only access is through our land
Yes. Its their land
They have benefit of it
I am sorry
it's ok, just trying to figure out where we stand
Yes. Does this answer your question today?
will they have a right through our land to gain access?
Unless there is anything in your deeds that says otherwise you don' have to allow right of access.
ok, thank you
Does this answer the question today?