Boundaries may be fixed by an agreement1 made between two or more adjacent owners where their boundaries are not clearly defined or have become lost or confused. In general, such an agreement need not be in writing2 and, a fortiori, need not be by deed; for, if it was fairly made, it will be presumed that it did not involve any alienation of land but that the boundaries settled were the true and ancient limits3. Even where a conveyance apparently conveys a disputed strip of land to one adjoining owner, the erection of a fence or wall by that
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