This supplement deals with boundary agreements and determined boundaries; in particular explaining what they are and when they may be appropriate (practice guide 40, supplement 4).
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This supplement deals with:
- (i) boundary agreements, explaining what they are, when they might be used and how they can be recorded in the register; and
- (ii) determined boundaries, explaining what they are and how a boundary is determined
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Published: 13 October 2003
Updated: 10 July 2017
- A section has been added to explain how a determined boundary might be obtained following transfers between neighbours, without an application for a determined boundary being made.
- 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.