As a landowner, it’s essential to know the difference between trespassing and squatting to protect your property and avoid legal issues.
Surveillance laws in the UK have become increasingly important in recent years, as advancements in technology have made monitoring activities easier.
If you’re a landowner in the UK, trespassing is something you may have to deal with in one way or another. Trespassing is defined by the act of entering someone’s privately owned property without permission. In the UK, it is usually more of a civil wrongdoing than a criminal offence.
There are two common routes to obtaining the legal authority to remove protestors from the site of the demonstration. The first is the Common Law right of a landlord to remove trespassers from their land
If you own your own home or land in the UK then the problem of trespassers is one you can encounter in some form at any stage. Trespassing can be anything from a neighbour constantly using your driveway to access their property to someone entering your land and staying there. But how do you deal […]