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Ash, Solicitor
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We have been experiencing a problem with a tenant of an

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Hi, We have been experiencing a problem with a tenant of an adjoining property who is leaving their bin on our drive attached however to the drainpipe of the rental property but the bin sits at the end of my drive. The landlord has now decided to sell but the Estate Agents have taken outside photos showing the bin on my drive when asked that they take them down they have refused . The area in question in shared access I believe on looking into this that shared access means nothing should be left out on it and it should just be used to pass over. Are the estate agents falsely advertising? I would very much appreciate your advise on this matter. Thank you.
Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you,Are the estate agents suggesting in the particulars there is anything other than shared access please?Alex
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
A detached one bedroom coach house which benefits from being located in a courtyard setting. This is the description they have on their advert. No mention of it being shared access. Thank you.
Ok - if that is the case, I am just concerned about how you say its false advertising, is it just the picture?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Due to the problems we have experienced and it is on my land. The picture shows that it is sat next to the property in question therefore they are advertising that it can be left there for any future owners. I was just asking the question whether this is false advertising so that I would have a leg to stand on if I was to go back to them to ask that they take it down and by all means take another that does not show the bin in this position. The troubles with the current tenant have gone on now for almost 18 Months so if there is anything I can do to limit further problems then I will.
I dont think it is, because it simply shows a picture of a bin on the drive, I dont think its actually making such a representation. It would only really be false if it was representing that it was there for use, or indeed the words were expressed.But in any event if someone keeps doing it, you can get a Solicitor to write and ask them to stop placing the bin there. If they continue you would be able to seek an injunction to prevent them.But with the picture, I dont think that gives a false impression as it not saying the bin can be left there.As you say shared access means just that - nothing about bins being left on land.Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?Alex
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
No thank you, ***** ***** your help.
Happy to help.Alex
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