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Conveyancers acting in property purchases go on site to make sure that no part of any building or other construction encroaches on any neighbour’s land. The traditional approach of Jersey law to encroachments has been that the party whose property has been encroached on is entitled to a court order requiring removal of the offending items. For technical reasons, the courts have up to now found themselves unable to award damages as an alternative to removal of the encroachment.
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