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Neighbour Dipute - what to declare?
Hi we are after some advice regarding what to declare in regards to neighbour disputes when selling and if anyone else has experience of this. Our property isnt on the market yet but we want to move. Our neighbour is an assured tenant. We reported our neighbour to the council in regards to noise a few months ago (loud music - there was no action, he wasnt contacted by them and he has since stopped so its resolved). Unfortunately last week we had to contact the police and he was arrested. In the 2.5 years we have lived here we have actually only spoken to him twice and did not even know his name. He has been released on bail with conditions (not to contact us or come on our property etc). We are awaiting for CPS charging decision so in limbo at the moment but in a nutshell its related to public disorder, posession of a bladed article and physical assault on my husband. The owner of the property is a private owner so it is not a council rented property. I am assuming once charged and if convicted the owners have every right to be made aware as it would be breaching their tenancy agreement so they could take action to remove them if wanting to (the owners live far away and we do not know them). We want to sell at some point but am massively stressing if this will make our property 'unsellable' with him next door. Thank you for any advice/comments x
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