Cease and Desist Letter

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Cease and Desist Letter

Postby BelindaB » Thu Dec 28, 2017 5:12 pm

I'm getting ready for the spring, when my neighbour will most certainly start chopping back my shrubs/trees way over the boundary line as they have done this year. They have been shaping them like topiary over the boundary line. I tell them to leave things alone, but they can't seem to help themselves.

I've been looking for a template for a cease and desist letter. I assume I can send one myself, and don't have to pay a solicitor? The ones I can find seem to be about harassment ...
I want to tell them they must not cut back further than the boundary. Is that all I need to say (with the inclusion of 'cease and desist'), or should there be more legal jargon?
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Re: Cease and Desist Letter

Postby MacadamB53 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:43 pm

Hi BelindaB,

why must they not cut back further than the boundary? there’s no point sending a letter if it doesn’t say...

kind regards, Mac
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Re: Cease and Desist Letter

Postby BelindaB » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:48 pm

MacadamB53 wrote:Hi BelindaB,

why must they not cut back further than the boundary? there’s no point sending a letter if it doesn’t say...



Thanks, Mac!
:)
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