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Boundary Disputes

Boundary/Rights of Way/Rights of Light/Covenant Disputes

Boundary disputes, unfortunately, are common and can be resolved easily by clarification of the parties’ deeds.

However, not all deeds are clearly drafted and the next stage would be for us to work with a land surveyor who would not only look at the deeds but the geographical and physical aspects of the land in relation to the same. Further research with regard to earlier OS maps, archives etc can be carried out and the matter resolved by disclosing this information or at a round table meeting between the parties and/or by way of mediation.

If all else fails, we have experience in taking the dispute either before the Adjudicator of the Land Registry or the Court.

We also have expertise in advising on rights of way and applying to the Land Registry to register a prescriptive right of way obtained through long use (20 years).

We will advise you as soon as possible with regard to the strength of your case and your prospects of success before suggesting you rush headlong down a path that could be costly, time consuming and stressful. In particular, our costs will be made clear from the outset and will be agreed with you before any work is carried out.

Contact our boundary dispute solicitors today for an initial cost free telephone overview of your circumstances.  Please telephone Bhavani Hogarty on 01935 385987 or Ella Carroll on 01935 385984 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.

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