| Commentary

109 Boundaries and areas

| Commentary

109 Boundaries and areas

As to boundaries and areas of the garden being sold, let or licensed, the best way to minimise the risk of disputes1 is a clearly drafted transfer, lease or licence document with a plan on as large a scale as appropriate defining the garden and its boundaries, the area being sold, let or licensed, and making it clear who owns the boundary features and who is responsible for maintaining them2.

The extent of the garden should be defined by reference to an area in metric measurements (hectares and square metres) and a buyer is well advised to

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