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Hi there, yes, because I live literally between the two disputing neighbours (I also own a small house actually on the road) and I am friendly with both, so when I moved to this house behind my old one, I did not want any argument with my new neighbours to whom my house is attached. So when the husband erected the gate where he did, I just assumed he had done it right, even though the neighbour they were in dispute with pointed out to me that the boundary should go back to my garden fence. Now they are selling, I took the opportunity to check the Land Registry and can see it is incorrect and would therefore like it rectified as it is a very tight entrance, they have taken some of my land, it should not be there and we bump into each other, plus my dogs etc whenever we collide outside my front door. Apart from this, when I first moved here I had my elderly mother with me, was recently divorced and it was all too much - I just did not want to argue with my neighbours and they also used a friend of theirs - a sergeant in the Paras to erect the disputed fence and help put the gate in - I just didn't want to say anything I just wanted to slip in and keep a low profile at the time. Sarah