Topic - Boundary wall dispute
| by - George Fisher on - 11 Oct 2012
|Has anybody got experience of boundary wall disputes and their resolution. Either as an independent expert or as an interested party?|
We're having a problem with our neighbour and the ownership of a garden wall we want to pull down and replace with a structural wall of an extension.
Logic and land registry plans (post 1925 land registry act) would both suggest to me at least that it is our wall and can do what we like with it.
Our neighbour is relying on an 1881 plan prior to our house being built to support his argument. I would say our post 1925 plan trumps his 1881 plan.
How should we progress? Is there an independent advisory body for this? Do we just get a really good lawyer and let them argue our case.
This is fun and expensive. I love our neighbour.
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