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I believe it is as the fence is inward to my garden, and the fence on the other side was deemed as ownership unknown Land registry office says that I need to get a conveyancing document from March 1938 before the house was built. My Title deeds state NOTE: Neither T Marks nor building line appear on the conveyance plan, then under Restrictive Covenants
" To forever maintain on the sides of the property hereby conveyed which are marked with a T on the said plan within the boundary of the property .... but again has a note saying that no building line referred to in clause 2 above was shown on the conveyance plan supplied.
I'm sorry to have to tell youthat you having the good side of the fence or the bad side of the fence or theboundary on the left hand side or the boundary on the right-hand side is anurban myth and does not denote who owns the fence.
It appears that the deeds saythat you are responsible for the boundaries with a T mark, but there are no Tmarks! Amazing.
If they want to replace thefence, I would let them provided the fence type is acceptable to you.
They cannot actually do it however without your consent if ownership cannot be determined
If they own the land I cannotsee that who owns the fence affects you one way or the other regarding theland. What was your concern?
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