Resolving a boundary dispute can be a lengthy and complicated process, but there are several steps you can take to make it more manageable:
Communicate with the other party: The first step in resolving a boundary dispute is to try to communicate with the other party in a calm and respectful manner. This approach can help to de-escalate the situation and potentially lead to a resolution without the need for legal intervention.
Gather evidence: To support your case, it’s essential to gather as much evidence as possible, including photographs, property deeds, and survey maps.
Consult a surveyor: A professional surveyor can provide valuable insight and expertise in resolving boundary disputes. They can assist in preparing boundary surveys and reports and offer guidance on the appropriate steps to take.
Seek legal advice: If the dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation, legal action may be necessary. An experienced property solicitor can advise you on the legal options available and represent you in court if necessary.
At Faulkners in Warminster, we understand the complexities of boundary disputes and the stress they can cause. Our team of experienced surveyors is dedicated to providing our clients with professional guidance and support, whether you’re dealing with a minor disagreement or a complex legal dispute.
Expert guidance and support from experienced surveyors
Access to professional boundary surveys and reports
Assistance in negotiating a resolution with the other party
Representation in court if necessary
Boundary disputes can be challenging to resolve, but with the right support and guidance, they can be resolved in a fair and equitable manner. At Faulkners in Warminster, our team of expert surveyors is here to provide you with the guidance and support you need to find a resolution. Contact us today to learn more.