Resolving a boundary dispute can be a challenging and time-consuming process. Here are some steps that you can take to resolve a boundary disagreement:
Communicate with your neighbour: The first step to resolving a boundary dispute is to communicate with your neighbour. Try to discuss the issue calmly and rationally and find out their perspective on the matter. You may be able to resolve the issue through negotiation or mediation.
Seek professional advice: If you are unable to resolve the issue through negotiation, you may need to seek professional advice. A surveyor can help you determine the location of the property boundary and provide expert opinion on the matter.
File a complaint: If all attempts at negotiation and mediation have failed, 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.