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What kind of property does he have there?
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If the son-in law has parked on the property without the consent of your father, this amounts in law to trespass. Your father could therefore bring a civil action against him to have his property removed and/or seek compensation ( referred to as damages) for this.
He would first be required to write to his son-in-law advising him that in parking the vehicle on his property without his consent amounts to trespass. he should also notify him of his intention to commence legal action against him. If you receive no response to this letter within 14 days you may commence legal proceedings.
You commence legal proceedings by completing and filing at your local county court the form N1. Please see copy below. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-n1-claim-form-cpr-part-7
Please note that you are required to print three copies of the form when filing it.
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It does not make a difference really. At the point he withdraws consent, the son in law would become a trespasser.
I would therefore encourage him to include in the letter that any consent previously given is withdrawn. In those circumstances, the son in law would be deemed a trespasser
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No, I had previously recommended that he took court proceedings against him on the basis of trespass. Please see original guidance.
Whilst he may dispose or remove the property, he may open himself up to a claim from the son in-law for damages. As such, I would not recommend this. If it is he removes it, he should ensure it is not damaged and it is moved to a location where the son in law is able to retrieve it. My overarching guidance is for him to proceed to file a claim in trespass in the court and for the court to make an order for its removal.