It's empty. It used to be a half way house. The buyer has put in a request to have the property registered as a single dwelling as it is currently multi dwelling.
oh, it has been empty for approx five years.
Thanks for the prompt response
Moving the boundary may take some time as there are large trees to sort out. So what would happen if I didn't get the boundary work complete until a) the sale had gone through but the property was still unoccupied b) the property was occupied. I don't think "b" is realistic because the property needs so much work to make it good, but forewarned is forearmed as they same.
The problem is the sale goes through the new owner might look at it and say, hold on its moved and end up taking you to Court. Clearly this is not the best start, so sooner rather than later.
If the property was occupied you can't just go ahead and move it. You would need to speak with your neighbour and if they refuse, need to get a Court order - again expensice
So really now is the best option
Does that he;p?
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