10:07 AM, 16th February 2022, About 3 months ago 7
Does anyone know how we stand regarding damage caused to our property by invasive plants in our neighbour’s garden?
We’ve cut it back on several occasions over the years, but now it’s grown into the soffits at the back of the house where it’s hard to see, and caused damage. Can I ask them to pay for the repair or ask them to pay the bill if I get it done?
I’m loath to contact my insurance company as they always seem to make you pay for it in the following years.
I don’t want to fall out with the neighbours, who also rent out their property, I’d just like to know my rights.
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