Settle a boundary dispute

The Title Plan is often the first port of call for anyone looking to settle a boundary dispute.

  • The location of boundaries to a property or land.
  • The extent of land included in the ownership of a property or land.
  • Areas of land which previously formed part of the Title but have since been removed are coloured green.
  • Location in relation to surrounding properties and buildings.
  • When maintenance responsibilities for boundary structures, such as fences and walls, are specifically referred to within the registered deeds, they are often referred to within the Register and indicated on the Title Plan by coloured markings and T markings.
  • Registered easements (e.g. rights of access, parking rights, drainage rights) are indicated by coloured markings.
  • Land affected by covenants and other restrictions are sometimes indicated by coloured markings on the Title Plan.
  • Orientation indicated by way of a North point.
  • Title Number and Ordnance Survey map reference.
  • Markings and colours used in the Title Plan are explained in the Title Register.
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