Boundary Agreement Fence

Normally, it will be necessary to gather as much information as possible to try to find evidence of where the border is, and there are many factors to consider. This may include obtaining and controlling title postings, sales data, advance/response requests, testimonials, maps/plans, photos (including aerial photographs) and videos. For more information on the legality of border disputes, please visit the Boundary Problems website. First of all, it should be noted that the title plan registered in the land registry cannot be used as an expression of the legal boundary between real estate. In general, fences can be erected up to 2m high, but it generally differs from each local planning policy hm land registry (HMLR) does not determine a limit in the direction of resolving a disagreement over where the exact line of the border is. If, instead, you have identified the exact HMLR line, you will find that the boundary has been determined. Who owns the fence and who can control its appearance/location? The short answer is that the gate is «in the possession» of the owner (or predecessor in the title) who built it, even if it enters the neighbour`s property. While the owner of the fence was not allowed to cross the border, this intervention still does not give the neighbour the license to move/destroy it unilaterally. A cautious neighbour should approach the attacker with evidence of the intervention (for example.

B a recent investigation) and reach a solution to the question and, if necessary, answer for its actions in court. But the exercise of a means of self-help of abduction by force can only lead to future complications. The case highlighted the importance of bringing security to the border rather than leaving it «blurred around the margins.» You need to provide evidence to show why and where you think you are the border. This right is served on any party who may be affected by the declaration, which gives him the opportunity to defend the right. Typically, so long ago, a meandering fence was built that no owner knows where the fence belongs. Although they were not infallible, the parties could count on the appearance of the fence itself. Normally, a wooden fence owner would build the fence so that the «smooth» side of the fence would face the owner`s house and the square support beams face the neighbour. But not always, of course.

The assistance plan (or transfer plan) can indicate T-Mark to the limits for which responsibility rests with the owner of the property.