I would really like my privacy restored and the erection of a fence rather than hedging. Hi, I am sorry to hear of the difficulties you have experienced. How could they make a mistake like that? The property was originally Leasehold. Presuming our next step from here is a surveyor and agree to be bound by their findings? As I was having fencing work done in other areas of my property at the time I offered to pay for all the fence panels to be replaced on our joint boundary line, with a comment that if they moved out their house they made it clear to new owners, I owned the fencing and had paid for it to be replaced, so I was not to see the fencing being removed after I had just paid out for it all. If he has passed away then that closes off his ability to assist. Also, end-house homeowners may be responsible for both of their boundary fences — the left and the right one.
There is a small bit of land at the bottom of the garden that is not included in the registered land on the title plan. It is legal advice you would need here. I should also mention that the property information form is not one of our forms and it not required as a part of the registration process. The housing association have confirmed that they have no objections to that. Use a nearby road and town name to search, and once you get a map of the area, change the options at the top of the map from Ordnance Survey Map to Birds Eye View. However, there are many other scenarios, outside the above mentioned examples, when it comes to replacing or maintaining an existent shared boundary fence. So they erected fencing, but put in gates so the right of way still remained.
Accordingly I padlocked the gate, put a huge galvanised water tank in front of it and planted it up. How do you determine whose fence it is? When the fence came down we replaced it. Needless to say there are no dimensions, my property goes back to 1860! Instead of the boundary continuing along the garage wall, it steps into my neighbour's garden. Since then our neighbours and the party wall surveyor have done nothing and our house sale has fallen through due to this dispute. This means when that part of the old fence disintegrates we will be left with the problem of disposing of it and attempting to join the fence up to the next piece of the fencing which another occupier owns. Sarah - it reads as if this is a flying freehold situation so if it's not shown on the title and the buyer is aware then there are generally two options.
I am extremely concerned that we will not be able to reclaim the shared pathway once the new purchasers settle. We are in the process of buying a property that was built by the owner in the early 50's. They said that we should have checked the plans for the fence but the plans only show boundaries. You may also wish to get legal advice as to possible options and likely outcomes. Such a line by definition, has no width and can therefore only be an abstract concept which in practice can rarely be precisely reflected in any form of physical boundary demarcation.
It is tempting to think that a dendrochronologist would be able to help. You do not mention whether your property is registered or not but if we had mapped the neighbour's title to include registered land then this would have been covered at the time, often through contacting the affected registered owner or by excluding the already registered part from the new title. It will not infringe onto anyone elses land, but it will mean the fence would be running adjacent to the road on the part of the small estate I live on. Myself or the local authority? A boundary feature can be a fence, wall, hedge, ditch, piece of wire, or sometimes even just the edge of a driveway. I am very frustrated, I have lived here for 18yrs and never had issue before we had an extension built for our disabled son.
I started buying my house in 1980 paid for it now and have all my deeds. For example, should your garden fence be damaged by a falling tree or during a storm then this would typically be excluded under most policies. Further details may be provided on request. My boundaries are clearly shown on my deeds and these are not in dispute. In any case, you need to put a party wall agreement in place. This land historically had an outside tennis court and small pavilion building upon it, both of which have long since been removed and the land now sits overgrown and unused.
How can I find out the age of my wooden fence? Imagine a situation in which a pensioner with a limited income has lived in, and owned, the same house for very many years. Common garden fence problems and who is responsible for them Probably the most common garden fence problem is deciding who is responsible for repairs and maintenance. If you can't agree then the only arbiter will be a court of law. You will need to save the document on your equipment if you wish to retain it for future reference. This means in the title plan for the property does not include the small area originally occupied by these small buildings. They know the land is not theirs. I am sorry to hear of the difficulties you have experienced.
For example a covenant to maintain the fence on the side marked with a T in 1923 may not still hold true or be legally binding in 2018. The Land Registry may also have the historical title deeds relating to your property and, if necessary, these may help you to identify who is responsible for which boundary. Could someone tell me what boundery is our clients, left or right as if looking at the front of the house. The site was a chalkpit and builders yard. This can be very straight forward if the two owners are on good terms and little or no cost or a little more complicated if owners are not known to each other or not on the best terms with each other. He is now claiming adverse possession, even though I gave my permission to the owner when the last fence was erected and it was placed incorrectly with my knowledge.
James - your claim as to ownership of that land has never been registered. Once you are on the Find a Property page, as your search relates to a non-residential piece of land, I would suggest you select the Map enquiry option. You may be able to get this information from the conveyance deed, where there could be an already established boundary agreement regarding which fence side you are responsible for. I will add that I don't mind them doing this to my garden but I don't want the trees cut down. If so, that is unfair as the Title Deed shows otherwise. When they moved in they actually blocked our car in and refused to move! We essentially just want it to be in line with the direct neighbours properties taking in land that is not used by anyone and was sold to us by the estate agent as part of the plot. Ultimately, where an agreement cannot be reached, these issues may have to be resolved in other jurisdictions such as the courts.