If a neighbours CCTV records onto your property the position is regulated under GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and The DPA (Data Protection Act). There may also be a harassment or nuisance claim depending on the extent of the filming and the...
Research shows that at least one in ten people have moved house because of poor relationships or ongoing disputes with their neighbours. If you’re buying a new home, it’s a big investment and the likelihood is that you plan to stay there for some time, so it’s important that you’re aware of any issues with neighbours that could affect you once you buy the property.
Sellers have an obligation to declare disputes with their neighbours when selling a house in the UK, using the TA6 property information form. These types of disputes could involve anything from property boundary disputes to ongoing noise complaints or any other neighbour issues which have been complained about in writing, or which agencies and authorities like the local council or police force have been involved with.
If the seller lies, misleads or fails to disclose ongoing disputes with neighbours and the property purchase completes, the buyer may then discover that there are serious issues, which can have a huge impact on many aspects of their life. The buyer may be able to make a claim for property misrepresentation. Call our specialist team for more information and to find out if you can make a claim on 0161 696 6178.