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These obviously mean the outside edge of the land that goes with the property you are buying – the curtilage in legal terms – but they can cause untold problems unless their position is clearly understood by both sides! If there is any doubt, ask the seller to walk around the land with you pointing it out. If a query still remains, ask your solicitor or legal conveyancer to investigate so you know exactly where the boundary runs – which might avoid soured relationships and an unhappy argument with your new neighbours. Often Land Registry can supply a plan but these are usually too small to be much help.

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