8:55 AM, 22nd September 2016, About 6 years ago 9
I own a Victorian terraced property which has an outbuilding, belonging to the neighbour, lying completely in my property boundary. It was one property originally apparently.
The issue is that this outbuilding is falling down, but the neighbour refuses to repair or remove it and blames a tree of mine for causing the damage. She won’t ask her insurance to assess the situation. The roof rafters are rotten and there are small trees growing out of the brickwork! It clearly hasn’t been maintained.
I have since removed the tree. I am trying to sell the property but this situation is causing huge problems. Can anyone suggest anything I can do to resolve this situation, please?
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