| Commentary

110 Disputed boundaries

| Commentary

110 Disputed boundaries

In practice, the plans to be found with the deeds which constitute the generality of unregistered titles do not show the exact boundaries of those titles. Likewise, with regard to registered land, the title plans held by the Land Registry do not show the exact position of any boundaries of land in the title, but rather show only ‘general boundaries’1. Under the Land Registration Rules 2003 the property register of a title is required to refer to a title plan based on the Ordnance Survey map, and a transfer, lease or other document dealing with part of

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