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Land and Boundary Disputes, Scotland

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Boundary disputes can be a complex and divisive area of law. 

After all, boundaries can change from where they were originally positioned because of an agreement between neighbours. They can also be changed by one neighbour using land on the “wrong” side of the boundary, if the other neighbour doesn’t do anything about it.

Finally, plans held by the Land Register of Scotland use thick lines to mark boundaries between properties. Thickness of the line could relate to several metres on the ground, so the placement of the real boundary can be difficult to ascertain from plans.

This is where the help of a specialist boundary dispute lawyer can help.

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Working with a land dispute lawyer

Most disputes of this kind can be settled by working with a property dispute solicitor.

Land dispute solicitors will go through the following steps when working on the dispute:

  • Check the title deeds.
  • Identify relevant legislation.
  • Visit the property.
  • Gather relevant evidence, including witness statements.

Our property boundary dispute lawyers aim to resolve most disputes through mediation and communication.

However, if court action is needed to settle the dispute, Jones Whyte solicitors will represent you throughout.

Other types of disputes

The dispute resolution solicitors at Jones Whyte have resolved many disputes to the satisfaction of our clients. These include:

Contact Jones Whyte today if you are experiencing a land and boundary dispute, or any other type of dispute.

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