Thank you. It did appear from what you said that the developer move the boundary after you purchased but, you have now clarified that was not the case.
The Seller should provide you with an amended plan which your solicitor then files at the Land Registry. If the right-of-way is noted in the title and the plan and hence, the location of it is mentioned in the deeds, that also needs amending.
The Land Registry may want a Statutory Declaration from the developer as to why this is wrong and you will probably be required to sign the transfer deed also.
You are not entitled to any compensation if you were never buying the extra land, only if you thought you were buying it and didn’t get it.
You would be entitled to a small amount for actually sticking the signature on the page and your solicitors costs because any work done by your solicitor on this, is not your solicitor fault and he is entitled to be paid for it.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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