A WOMAN has told how her neighbours are at war over parking on a grass verge.
Tiktoker Lucemxy_21 has been documenting a heated argument between two men who live on her road.
And the squabble has gotten so fierce that cops were called in to mediate.
The first clip shows the man whose home borders the grass verge sticking down white posts to deter people from parking there.
But moments later a Land Rover Discovery is seen mounting the curb, knocking down the posts and parking up against the man’s fence.
Lucemxy_21 posted the video with the caption: “I mean the street is really crap for parking but this was so funny to watch and is currently still going on.”
The homeowner even went so far as to erect a sign on the fence reading: “No parking – Privately maintained grass verge”.
But Lucemxy_21 has claimed that the patch of green is actually taken care of by the council.
In a second clip, she posted pictures of a police car that turned up to try and deal with the situation.
她补充说: “Stop it. I had to park on a different street last night and carry my 10-week-old baby as well as my shopping it’s a nightmare.
“Can’t be arsed with the drama. It’s not me causing the problems I’m just watching for amusement.”
If you’re also locked in a gruelling battle with your neighbour over a fence or boundary, 这是 how to find out your rights.
首先, check the boundary by looking at the the deeds to a property.
If you haven’t already got these, you can purchase them from the Land Registry on the government’s website for £3.
This will show the layout and boundaries of the land you own.
Note that you can also purchase a neighbour’s title deeds to see whether any extra property boundaries are outlined in theirs that aren’t in yours.
If you’re in a dispute with a neighbour about property boundaries, you can get the Land Registry to step in.
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And a legal expert reveals the most common property spats and what your rights are in relation to them.