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Remove a vechile from my land

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  • Remove a vechile from my land

    can you point me to a web site that deals with the removal of a parked but not abandoned vehicle from private property?
    sites I have found deal with abandoned and while some councils will get involved in non abandoned issues, others wont.

    what is the legal process for having a vehicle removed from private property. car owner does know the car should not be parked there.

    thank you sealeysb21
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    https://www.askthe.police.uk/content/Q441.htm3 read this first.

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    • #3
      If a vehicle is parked on your land a civil trespass has been committed.
      Your recourse is to sue for the hypothetical value of the benefit received by the person trespassing.
      You can also apply to the court for an injunction against the trespasser preventing them from continuing to trespass

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sealeysb21 View Post
        can you point me to a web site that deals with the removal of a parked but not abandoned vehicle from private property?
        sites I have found deal with abandoned and while some councils will get involved in non abandoned issues, others wont.

        what is the legal process for having a vehicle removed from private property. car owner does know the car should not be parked there.

        thank you sealeysb21
        opps replied to this in error
        Last edited by sealeysb21; 4th January 2019, 10:35:AM. Reason: wrong reply

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Setmefree3 View Post
          thank you, read that. not really very helpful but thank you. I was looking for you must do this, then that, then the other and finally you can

          sealeysb21

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          • #6
            Originally posted by des8 View Post
            If a vehicle is parked on your land a civil trespass has been committed.
            Your recourse is to sue for the hypothetical value of the benefit received by the person trespassing.
            You can also apply to the court for an injunction against the trespasser preventing them from continuing to trespass
            interesting about trespass, thank you. will look into this

            sealeysb21

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