Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Hav eyou downloaded a copt of his deeds from the Land Registry and checked his liability?
what is the actual wording?
My apologies for the delay.
I have to ask - are you willing to go through another court case?
You have two options.
The simplest is to put your own fence up to ensure that your property is secure.
The second option is to try and enforce the covenant.
This is complicated by the fact that it is possible that you can enforce it yourself - depending on the full wording of the Title Deeds, or you may have to go back to the original developer in order to force them to enforce the covenant.
If you can forward a copy of the Office Copy Entries then I can conform which it is
Obviously even if you can take action yourself there will be delay and expense involved in the court application
Please ask if you need further details
They are the Documents from the Land Registry that show the ownership of the property and the Charges and Covenants on it
Yes you have it clear
As I said the only other option is to build your own fence