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Thank you for the information, I would advise allowing the neighbours to remedy the situation in the first place and hope that you are satisfied with the result. However, if you are not and furthermore if they cause additional damage to your property then you would be entitled to make a claim against them for any repairs required. However, before you look at expensive legal action, you should always try and come to a resolution between yourselves. The courts want to see that every effort has been made prior to any legal proceedings being initiated. However, if your property is damaged then you can raise a simple or ordinary procedure against them to have the costs of the repairs met. Before you commence any action you should write to them and inform them of your intention to take action and hope that they will remedy the situation without the need of court intervention.
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