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Regal Eagle
Boundary dispute resolution in London, SM4 6RS
Ama Surveyors LTD
Boundary dispute resolution in London, N3 2JU
Abbins Maintenance Limited
Boundary dispute resolution in Grays, RM20 3BJ
Kpcl Architecture Ltd
Boundary dispute resolution in London, E15 4ES
Dce Global Limited
Boundary dispute resolution in Greater London, HA2 8BY
Logarithmic Creation
Boundary dispute resolution in Wembley, HA9 7ET
M.P Home Extensions | Loft Conversion | Kitchen Renovation | Garage Conversion | Bathroom Renovation
Boundary dispute resolution in London, E1 2LP

Latest Boundary dispute resolution Reviews

Abbins Maintenance Limited
7 Aug 2019
Regal Eagle
30 Jun 2019
Logarithmic Creation
18 Oct 2017
Excellent service, comprehensive report and great value. Will use again.
Dce Global Limited
26 Sep 2017
Pleasure to work with Sundeep. he is very quick to understand what we need and the technical implications. I

Hiring a tradesman for boundary dispute resolution

In the event of a boundary dispute, the right professional can resolve things quickly and avoid you having to pay for a lengthy legal battle. Plentific hosts information for over 75,000 tradesmen and professionals in the UK. Using your location and the skills you need Plentific can narrow this down to a list of the best suited professionals in your local area, complete with access to customer ratings and reviews to help you compare your options and make the best hire. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific is covered by the Plentific Guarantee.

What do you need to know about boundary dispute resolution?

Resolving a boundary dispute can be a long and extremely expensive process. If you are unable to work things out with your neighbour without hiring a professional, the first thing to do is to speak to your local land registry office to confirm your property boundaries. You can also check your local council’s website to see if your neighbour has appropriate planning permission for their project. If your project is what caused the dispute, be aware that if you did not follow proper procedure for informing your neighbour about alterations to your home in accordance with the Party Wall Act, it is unlikely that a court will favour you.

A surveyor can assess the situation and let you know if you should seek representation. Remember that courts do not like petty arguments over a few inches of land. Your property’s deed is unlikely to specify where your boundary lines are, but a lawyer can check and confirm this for you. It is best to go with a law firm that specialises in property related disputes. Be prepared for the eventuality that their advice does not favour your side - you may well be advised not to pursue or defend a claim.

Before making your hire you must make sure that your choice is adequately qualified. This should include a university degree and sufficient years of experience in property law. The cost of hiring a tradesman for boundary dispute resolution varies greatly. Quickly solved disputes may set you back a few hundred pounds, whilst lengthy legal battles can easily cost thousands.