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Should all boundary disputes be settled by surveyors?

Believe it or not, lawyers do not love boundary disputes. Costly and protracted litigation over small parcels of land is rarely in the client’s best interests, especially if (as is often the case) the dispute is not really about the land itself but some breakdown in neighbourly relations. These antagonisms are usually worsened by court

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Setting the boundaries: a new protocol for resolving disputes

When you hear the term “boundary dispute”, you probably imagine the following familiar set of circumstances: Two parties at loggerheads over a small strip of land. Entrenched positions holding sway over the legal and surveying considerations actually needed to resolve the dispute. A complex, chaotic and protracted dispute, even though there should be a well-worn