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My client owns a section of land which abuts a main road and wishes to plant a hedge between the road and the property and requires advice as to exactly where the hedge can be positioned. Should they make an application to the Land Registry to have the boundary determined and can a general presumption be relied upon?

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Published on LexisPSL on 02/01/2018

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  • My client owns a section of land which abuts a main road and wishes to plant a hedge between the road and the property and requires advice as to exactly where the hedge can be positioned. Should they make an application to the Land Registry to have the boundary determined and can a general presumption be relied upon?

My client owns a section of land which abuts a main road and wishes to plant a hedge between the road and the property and requires advice as to exactly where the hedge can be positioned. Should they make an application to the Land Registry to have the boundary determined and can a general presumption be relied upon?

A general boundary is an imaginary line dividing one person’s property from another. It is rarely identified with precision on the ground or in documents. Section 60 of the Land Registration Act 2002

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