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Land At Rear Of Garden

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Kassee | 10:42 Tue 20th Oct 2015 | Gardening
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Not sure if this is gardening - or law ? In short the house next door was sold, and the land was sold off to a builder. The original house was sold with garden, and then two more plots were fenced off, one sold and one just completed but not sold yet. There is now a small rectangle piece of land left full of overgrown trees and shrubs that seems to have been fenced around and left. It is directly behind my garden. The chap living in the original house is keen for me to take ownership, as this will prevent it becoming overgrown. And at the moment, it could belong to him, me or the house that has not been sold yet.

What do you think? What problems am I likely to have in the future ? Once the builders go, could there be any problems ?

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You've posted this under two categries. Can I suggest you contact Ed and ask him to remove one of them. I would suggest Law is the one to keep.

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