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Would you have purchased the house had you have known of the dispute over parking?
OKay. Then you would have a claim against the sellers for not disclosing this, as it was a question that should have been answered properly on the SPIF form during the conveyancing exercise.
Also, though, you might have a claim against the neighbours too, for parking across you shareed driveway, either in breach of thr terms of the shared driveway (the easement granted) or the law of nuisance.
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It might be worth asking your solicitor if they would consider doing this on a no-win no-fee agreement too, as this type of claim might not be too difficult to succeed with, particularly if there are property deeds that set out the positions regarding the shared drive.
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