Property dispute: boundaries — where to draw the line

By Katie Philpot

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a ‘T’ mark on a plan was only one factor (and not necessarily the determining factor) to be taken into account when trying to ascertain the precise location of a boundary and the ownership of a boundary feature. 

The dispute in the case arose between two neighbours over the ownership of a strip of land just a few inches wide between their properties. The court had to decide the precise location of the boundary between the two properties…

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