Dispute Resolution, Boundary & Neighbourly Issues
Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992
If the only way of undertaking maintenance to your building is over your neighbours land then we can help you negotiate the necessary access.
Boundary & other Neighbourly Issues
Your boundaries are shown on a large scale Ordnance Survey plan held by Land Registry. Each registered title has a title plan. This map shows your property’s physical rather than legal boundaries. The general boundary rule applies in the UK meaning that boundaries indicated on title plans may not be accurately represented on the ground. The new Land registration Act 2002 allows you to determine and record the exact line of your boundaries on a registered title, so avoiding any future boundary disputes.
Whymark and Moulton can advise you on all aspects of Party Wall, Boundary and Land Registration legislation. We have acted for numerous property owners, both of residential and commercial premises together with working for and with Local Authorities throughout East Anglia and the London Boroughs.
Nicholas Moulton is a member of the RICS Neighbour Dispute Scheme panel, and can help you devise the most cost effective method of resolving neighbourly disputes and reduce the unnecessary conflict that can unfortunately develop.