Most people assume that the boundaries of their property lie on a straight line between their land and their neighbours, however this is not always the case. If you are planning significant work to your garden or property, you may be surprised to find that your understanding of where the boundary lies is incorrect.
This may be due to the removal of a distinguishing feature such as a fence by a previous owner, or because of an over reliance on Land Registry plans which are not drawn in sufficient detail.
In most cases, it is possible to resolve the issue by instructing an expert who can make recommendations based on documents. However, these decisions can be highly subjective, and cases frequently end up in court, in lengthy and expensive circumstances. The team at Braddon and Snow can help to mitigate these costs by negotiating on your behalf in order to resolve the disagreement without going to court.