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Can a solicitor give me some advice on whether I can pay toward getting a non molestation order or an injunction?
Hi all, I recently posted about my neighbour and the problems we were having. I have raised it with the housing association and the police. The police at this point say they unfortunately can’t do anything as it’s not ‘criminal’ 🙄 Apart from the cameras facing our side of the property and my front door etc. the gas board call out and the reports to stuff on my property (such as a wall with a few bricks loose, a drain bla bla bla) they have to prove was ‘maliciously’ done - which is more or less impossible tbh. Can a solicitor give me some advice on whether I can pay toward getting a non molestation order or an injunction? I don’t know anything about these but I’m willing to pay for a legal document that says he can’t do anything to directly affect us including point his cameras at our property etc. Any help is gratefully appreciated as always ☺️ many thanks

Anonymous

24th April 2022

Top Answer
NQ. I'm currently reviewing these options myself and an injunction is expensive and a long drawn out process. There is no guarantee you would win and If you lose you would end up paying their legal costs. Non molestation orders are usually for domestic violence and relatives. You could send a cease and desist letter this is the cheaper option. You can send this yourself or ask a solicitor to do it but If they ignore it there's not much you can do unless you want to spend thousands on legal action. Going to court is not something that I would consider lightly it can take months and it will cause you more stress. Have a look at the ICO site link below https:// ico.org.uk/ your-data-matter s/ domestic-cctv-sy stems-guidance- for-people-bein g-filmed/ i-m-unhappy-abou t-the-use-of-a- home-cctv-syste m-what-can-i-do /y/Unable/No/ Yes

George Schwieger

24th April 2022

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