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On 8 Mar 2016 at 6:08pm No Need To Take A Fence wrote:
Hello - I've got no easy access to my deeds, but need to know who owns which fences on the boundaries off my garden.
Is there any way to find out?
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On 8 Mar 2016 at 6:32pm Ben wrote:
Land registry. Will cost you a couple of quid for them to send you plans, but they should show what you need to know. Usually there is a small arrow pointing at the boundaries belonging to the property.
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On 8 Mar 2016 at 7:05pm Harold wrote:
As a rough guide, the fence belons to the back of the fence, so the posts are on your land if its your fence.
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On 9 Mar 2016 at 12:19am Belladonna wrote:
I presume you've asked your neighbours already ?
If you are in a terrace, then it will be either the right or left side, but not both.
The polite way of erecting a fence used to be to have the fence posts on your side and the flat face of the fence on the neighbours, but this isn't always adhered too. If it's a brick or stone wall, or a hedge, there's no way to tell.
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On 9 Mar 2016 at 12:29pm Ali wrote:
It's very odd when people put thumbs down when others are offering helpful advice to a legitimate question. I'll get some now.
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On 9 Mar 2016 at 12:55pm No Need To Take A Fence wrote:
Thanks Ali - agreed, I found the advice useful, and appreciate it.
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On 10 Mar 2016 at 11:47am Ben wrote:
Only a total despicable, bitter, sad little fu**er would go to the trouble of downthumbing a helpful unbiased post.


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