Problem with rear fence

Re: Problem with rear fence

Postby jonahinoz » Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:50 pm

Surely this just starts a dispute where there currently isn't one (the neighbour currently believes the fence is the OPs mothers) ? Why challenge this ?

Hi,

I'll accept that point of view, although a dispute (in all but name) has already started.

John W
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Re: Problem with rear fence

Postby stufe35 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:49 pm

Johnioz, just to explain the logic of my thinking a little further:

I don't believe the fact that my neighbour had written to me suggesting I fix my own fence and that I had written back and pointed out the law on the situation to her (ie that I don't have to unless it suits me) would need to be reported on a sellers information form. (even if it did I don't believe it would put off buyers)

However I believe a disagreement over the ownership of a boundary feature would be reportable on a sellers information form,(as an ongoing dispute) and would not be at all helpful in the event of needing to sell the property.
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