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If it on your own land then yes.
If the answer is no, then you would need a Court order to prevent the discharge onto your land.
Whilst a Court would never make an order that rain etc can't come onto your land, where it is man-made, such as a soak-away and that drainage is coming onto your land, then yes a Court can order that is removed.
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Then you can remove it. It is on your land
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No, it is your land. It always is and will be
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