Copies of originally deeds any good?

Re: Copies of originally deeds any good?

Postby mr sheen » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:46 pm

The surveyor will be jointly instructed so it can be made clear that the purpose is to seek to determine the boundary by reference to all evidence. Both sides provide what they have.
Sometimes both parties agree beforehand to abide by the outcome and make a formal agreement based upon the jointly instructed report......sometimes proposing this puts the other side off especially if their evidence is a bit contrived.....if they object it weakens their position, so if you are happy to accept an independent determination, then put the proposal in writing so that your offer can be brought up later if they refuse.
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Re: Copies of originally deeds any good?

Postby despair » Thu Jul 06, 2017 8:42 am

Excellent way fwd suggested by Mrsheen


Be sure that the boundary expert is truly independant and not a contact or mate of the current questionable one
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