Normally, the title plan of land registered under the Land Registration Act 2002 is deemed to indicate only the general boundaries of the land1. However, a proprietor of a registered estate may apply to the registrar for the exact line of the boundary of that registered estate to be determined, accompanying the application with a plan, or a plan and a verbal description, identifying the exact line of the boundary claimed and showing sufficient surrounding physical features to allow the general position of the boundary to be drawn on the Ordnance Survey
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