That’s not good. Let’s help you sort this out. It may be that somebody’s walking or driving across your land or parking their vehicles on it without your permission.
Perhaps part of somebody’s building or structure has spread on to your land or is overhanging it.
However it’s happening, you’re entitled to have it stopped as soon as possible. This might ultimately involve asking the court to grant you an injunction - a formal court order which forbids the trespassing activity or development and may include a mandate to remove anything which is trespassing on your land. You can reasonably anticipate you’ll get resistance from the person doing the trespassing if it’s not that easy to stop or to remedy what you’re complaining about - this might be the case with structural overhangs or building expansions.
Some cases are simple and speedily resolved after taking only a few steps. Others may require more effort if the disagreement cannot be resolved without the involvement of the court.
On this page we’ll show you exactly what’s involved in each stage of handling a trespass complaint, how long you should expect each stage to take, and what it might cost. And if you’d like to, you can ask us to start taking care of it for you immediately.
On this page we’ll show you exactly what’s involved in each stage of handling a trespass complaint and how long you should expect each stage to take.