Settle your boundary agreement disputes
When houses get built, they are usually registered with the Land Registry, who then create a ‘little plan’, which shows the general boundaries, but not the exact minute details. Land disputes often happen because the general boundary lines of properties become blurred over a period of time, for a number of reasons, such as the land changing.
There are many reasons why you might be having a boundary agreement dispute. Are you suspicious that your neighbour is encroaching onto your property? Or maybe you want to build an extension onto your property, but are unsure of what land is officially yours.
Whatever the reason, when you are questioning how much land your next-door neighbour is legally entitled to own, or vice-versa, you need to contact Digital Terrain Surveys to end the dispute once and for all, by getting us to perform a thorough survey of all the land.
Property boundary resolution
There are two different types of boundary agreements that can be chosen, depending on the situation. The first is a more relaxed conveyance of the land. This settlement involves both parties who are in the boundary dispute coming to a resolution where the land in question is divided equally to suit each participant.
The second is a stricter agreement that calls the original title documents into the inquiry. This survey is to determine the exact legal specifics of your original land boundary; then this perimeter is reinstated, and all parties must adhere to it.