Are you concerned about your fence and boundary?
Conveyancing documents will often set out who should take responsibility for constructing and maintaining boundary features, such as walls and fences. However, this is not always the case and disputes can arise. These disputes can be particularly relevant where the cost of maintaining a boundary are high.
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A symbol known as “t“ marks can appear on conveyancing plans and signify potential ownership of a boundary feature. If a neighbour interferes with a fence or wall which you own, this could amount to them breaking the law. If they attempt to move a fence or wall this could result in a trespass upon your land.
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