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Are you having boundary issues with your neighbour?

Perhaps you want to put up a fence, but are unsure where your land begins and your neighbour’s land ends. If you want to know where your boundary should be and who owns it, the starting point is always your title deeds.

If your house has a title registered at the Land Registry, there will be a scaled plan showing the boundaries. But this is in general terms and may not be conclusive as to the exact line of the boundary and disputes can continue to fester.

Resolving boundary disputes effectively

Boundary disputes are always best resolved by mediation, compromise and agreement. Our solicitors, and the surveyors we can instruct, can help achieve this before costly litigation starts.

You may be concerned about your neighbours’ activity along the boundary between your home and theirs. We can advise you as to your rights and have experience with implementing the Party Wall Act.