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Tuesday, July 25, 2017


Get Estimates for Boundary Dispute

Are you having a boundary dispute?  Do you have an issue highlighting where your land finishes and next doors land starts?  This is one of the oldest problems in land ownership.  This can be made even more complicated if the land has not been registered with the Land Registry.

By putting in you details and the property details in the form below, iSurveyor.com will provide you with estimates and contact details of Surveyors who specialize in negotiating Boundary Disputes.  At that point you can contact the expert directly to discuss your property requirements in more detail.  Before appointing a surveyor to carry out Boundary Disputes you should check that the surveyor has the relevant qualifications, licences, experience and insurance to provide the level of service that you require.  There is of course no obligation to use any of the property experts that you have been introduced to.

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If a dispute arises between neighbours about the boundary between their properties, it will be necessary to establish who owns the disputed land. The primary evidence will be contained in the legal documents. Clear evidence of this kind is normally conclusive.

However, the boundaries between properties can differ from those described in the title documents or lease in certain circumstances. The most common are where they have been changed by agreement or by encroachment (occupation without permission).

When the land has been registered the boundaries are defined in the title plan that is held with the Land Registry.  However even this document as explained by the Land Registry title only shows the interpretation of the boundary descriptions found in the pre-registration conveyance deeds.

Where land is unregistered the boundaries are taken to where they were defined in the earliest conveyance deed or transfer deed.  Accuracy is always an issue as a tiny measurement on a map can make a massive difference in real life.   In other words, well drawn up maps just do not exist with boundaries defined down to an accuracy of a few centimeters.   This leaves grey areas as to where boundaries actually are, and therefore property experts need to be instructed. 

The Party Wall Act 1996 applies where someone wishes to carry out work on or close to a boundary.  If you do not require help to define a boundary but actually require help with a Party Wall Award, please click here.

If you offer Boundary Dispute services and you want to find out more about being listed on this website, please email help@iSurveyor.com or click here.

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All of the above information is for guidance only, it is not to be considered property advice.  Contracts entered into are between the Client and the individual member firm.  iSurveyor.com acts as the introducer only.

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