what a prick, i'll set fire to it.
DRIVE IT LIKE STOLE IT,
the fence belongs to me & was on the boundary between his & mine, I paid for it & had it put up....he took it down & moved it in a few feet
odd thing, he has sold the house but is maybe thinking what if the new buyers see the sign I put in the window saying there is a dispute, just heard a loud bang at my front door, went outside quick to see a large black audi drive away, looked at the door & a footprint on the door, strange, it was at 9pm so its dark, but I would be about, could it be someone trying it on, never had any trouble before....is it him I wonder as he has my address from solicitor...
Very likely, spineless wonder.
Maybe time for your own camera - but nicely hidden.
You can lodge a caution with the land registry r.e boundary dispute, they'll flag that up to any solicitor enquiring about the property, and will usually recommend to their client not to proceed with the purchase; I've used just the threat of this, via the estate agent handling the sale , and the person took down his fence almost immediately!
Just a passer by as you might say.
Never put a sign up saying there is a "dispute" You own the fence and the land it is on. Just hire some burly local builders to put the fence back in it's original position and take your neighbour to the small claims court to recover your costs of paying the builders. Plus make sure you video the fence being put back. It's all on your property anyway and if the police get involved and make a wrongful arrest. Claim damages compensation from them too.
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