Minor Boundary Encroachment Relief
Hi guys I am doing a study of boundary encroachments and their options of relief around the world.
In the case of minor encroachment, (let’s say a fence which encroaches over the neighbour by roughly 1cm or even a garden wall encroaches. How do you deal with it? In these cases of minor encroachments, if may not be worth the time and effort to claim adverse possession if they are in the legal right to do.
Does your current cadastral legislation allow for ‘inaccuracies’ of measurements or do you ‘buck’ it in on the plan. Or does the boundary carry ‘width’ on the ground such as national boundaries?
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