Resolving a boundary dispute can be a challenging and time-consuming process. Here are some steps you can take to resolve a boundary disagreement:
Communicate with your neighbour: Try to communicate with your neighbour about the issue calmly and rationally. Find out their perspective and attempt to negotiate a resolution that works for both parties.
Seek professional advice: If negotiations fail, consider hiring a surveyor to assist with resolving the dispute. A surveyor can provide expert advice on the location of the property boundary and identify any encroachments or discrepancies in the boundary line.
File a complaint: If all other attempts fail, you may need to file a complaint with your local council. The council can investigate the matter and provide a ruling on the boundary dispute.