There are a number of ways for providing evidence of boundaries1. They are considered in turn below.
Ordnance Survey maps show the centre line of boundary features as the boundary. These maps may therefore give a general indication of the placing of a boundary subject to tolerances of scale but will not show the precise delineation of the boundary.
Plans attached to conveyances and transfers may indicate the ownership of boundaries by the use of 'T' marks. The stem of the 'T' should rest on the relevant boundary, the 'T' being on the side of the boundary which is responsible for
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