350m boundary in place for 33years being challenged

Re: 350m boundary in place for 33years being challenged

Postby span » Fri Feb 05, 2016 2:56 pm

arborlad wrote:
rovpaul wrote:Update: Neighbour has written advising that he accepts that the fence and land within it are ours,

That is the way it should be, with the fence defining and securing the land of its owner. Sometimes there is a willingness for aesthetics or some other misguided reason to see it the other way round. The land is the star of the show and the fence is playing a supporting role.

I think you'll find its the land that's supporting the fence.

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