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Hi, looking for some advice please,
My garage electricity supply runs from my neighbours house, the supply has its own metre which i pay for ...recently he has threatened to turn the supply off....
I need to know, a) is this legal and b) how do i reroute the power from his house to a mains supply.. ?
Any advice will be very helpful..
Thanks
Tommy
 

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Can you route a cable directly from your house to the garage, or does it have to cross your neighbours property?

Do you actually need electricity in the garage?

If they are being difficult, best get it changed or it will always be a threat they can use against you
 

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