It has a “T” mark so I own the boundary – Park Square Barristers

Posted June 2nd, 2016 in boundaries, conveyancing, land registration, news by sally

‘As most properties now have registered titles, the starting is to look to the Register for the boundary. However – this is subject to two obvious pitfalls:

1. The boundary is a “general boundary” unless it has been fixed (and few boundaries are fixed);
2. The start point was, is and will remain, the conveyance that divided the plot out – ie the first division from a larger piece. This may have been many years before – often over 100 years before.’

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Park Square Barristers, 25th May 2016