Boundary Disputes: How effective are current resolution methods?

Helena Davies and Pauline Lam explore the current state of the law on boundary disputes and look at the recent findings of a scoping study ‘Judges have become increasingly vociferous about neighbour/boundary disputes; in particular, commenting that they are time-consuming and can be hugely disproportionate from a costs perspective.’ Boundary disputes arise on all types …
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Cases Referenced

  • Alan Wibberley Building Ltd v Insley [1999] UKHL 15
  • Gilks & anor v Hodgson & anor [2015] EWCA Civ 5
  • Joyce v Rigolli [2004] EWCA Civ 79
  • Rashid & anor v Sharif & anor [2014] EWCA Civ 377