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sarge123

can anyone be of help.my mum lives in a bungalow on a unadopted and the owner of a motor repair garage has taken over the lane parking cars everywhere stopping people who visit my mum from parking and turning around.i live by my mums bungalow in a block of flats and park my car outside her double gates but there is so many cars blocking the lane i have to reverse onto the main road.NOT  even the emergency vehicles cant get up because he as parked cars all the way down the lane and wont move them because he says he dont want anyone else to park there .

please please help 

thank you 

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BlueBob

Unadapted road means it’s not a road that has the typical enforcement.  It’s a neighbours dispute with all the joys and pains that come with it.  
as much as he can park his cars where he likes even if it obstructs your route, but so could you/ others!!!
talk talk and more talk to persuade him on the issue and then before taking Civil legal action, talk some more.

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Reasonable Man

Unadopted does not necessarily mean that it is not a road under the Road Traffic Act. Whilst there may not be parking restrictions there could be obstruction offences and are all the cars he leaves there insured and MOT’d? But good luck in getting an officer to move away from ‘its civil’. 

Alternatively what right of way goes with your mum’s house?  An option for a solicitors letter telling the garage owner he is blocking her right. 

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Billy Blue Tac

Has your mother checked her deeds to see if there is a Right Of Way easement and/or covenant dealing with access to and free passage along the road?

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Sceptre

Are the vehicles being advertised for sale, or being repaired whilst parked on this stretch of road?

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sarge123

no not at all none of them have tax mot or insurance 

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sarge123

when she bought the property 19 years ago there was a notice from the land registry saying that she owns about 6 ft of the lane all the way from beginning of her property to the end and she as double gates x2 which is unaccessible 

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