Drawing the line - how to resolve farm land boundary disputes

 It is not uncommon for two adjoining parcels of farm land to have different owners and disputes between the two parties can easily arise when the physical boundary isn’t clear.

So how can neighbouring landowners establish where the true boundary lies – and do differences of opinion always have to result in protracted legal proceedings?

Writing for Farmers Weekly, Thrings partner Russell Reeves discusses applications to the Land Registry, expert determination and mediation as possible options for owners of adjacent land, and explains why court proceedings should be treated as a last resort.

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