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Do you have any evidence to show that it was the neighbour that put the rubbish in your bin?
Thanks for the further info.
A legal remedy is a court injunction which is an order from the court which compels the neighbour to stop such action failing which criminal action will follow.
However before you consider such measure i suggest writing a cease and desist letter. The letter should outline your concerns and demand they cease and desist such action within 14 days failing which you will consider court action.
You can find such template letters online.
Assuming the letter does not work I suggest you instruct a local solicitor to consider court action on your behalf.
Do you understand what i have stated? if yes i will discuss the next step
Yes court injuction is comes with a fee and I suggest you consider discussing this route when you instruct a solicitor.
You can find one using the link below which takes you a comparison site.
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