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Old 17-07-2016, 09:42 AM
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Default Want to give up use of Shared Pathway

We share a path with our neighbors which leads to b oth our front doors, and this is set out on the Title Deed/Plan.
We have purchased this property whilst our Neighbours are Council. Our property is a semi detached bungalow and they have an end of tertrace house. The layout at the front between the two is like patchwork and is an eyesore. What we would like to do is to fence off on the Inside of the path on our side - thereby relinquishing our rights to use the path. We are not having any problems with our neighbours, it's just us wanting to make the front look better than it is.
Would anyone know if doing this would be viable and would it necessarily involve solicitors? or should we approach the Council/Other half first?
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