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In this situation, I would advise you to undertake the following steps:
Try to solve the problem informally by talking to them.
If your neighbour is a tenant, you could contact their landlord.
You could use a mediation service if raising the issue informally does not work.
Contact the police if your neighbour is breaking the law by being violent or harassing you.
As a last resort, you can take legal action through the courts.
Your other option is to apply for an injunction to stop your neighbour from harassing you over a fence. You can use this form to apply for an injunction: Form N16A: Application for an injunction (General form)
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You can use small claims to recover your money against him.
You can apply to a county court to claim money you're owed by a person or business. This is known as making a court claim. It often used to be known as taking someone to a 'small claims court'. You can apply online or by post.
https://www.gov.uk/make-court-claim-for-money/make-claimThis is the website link you require.
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