Boundary agreements and determined boundaries (PG40s4)
This supplement describes boundary agreements, determined boundaries and the application process (practice guide 40, supplement 4).
This supplement describes boundary agreements and how they can be recorded in the register, and determined boundaries and how to apply for a boundary to be determined.
We only provide factual information and impartial advice about our procedures. Read more about the advice we give.
Published: 13 October 2003
Updated: 8 August 2016
- Section 5 has been amended in response to a complaint that the sixth paragraph in that section was misleading as we may requisition for further information before we consider cancellation of the application.
- Section 4 has been amended to refer to a recent Upper Tribunal decision which stated that the purpose of the determined boundaries procedure is to provide “accurate public records as to the position of the boundary of a registered parcel of land” rather than “resolving boundary disputes between neighbours”.
- Section 3 has been amended to clarify our procedures
- Link to the advice we offer added.
- Welsh translation added.
- First published.