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hi we have a boundary dispute on going with our neighbours

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hi we have a boundary dispute on going with our neighbours and they are saying that they have been told by their solicitors that the conveyencing plan (which is showing the incorrect position to their favour) is the legally binding document and superceeds the land Registary title deeds. The boundary currently curves to 4ft within our property at the widest point yet the Land Registry shows it as a straight line to the orginal curbs that are still in place outside the properties. Could you please advise which plans conveyencing or Land Registry are the legally binding ones. thank you in advance Iain XXXX  N.B both properties were council owned when the boundary was altered but nothing was ever lodged with the Land Registry about the change and now we own our house and the house next door is owned by Riverside Housing association who started the dispute.

Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Property Law