Boundary agreements: Fuzzy and uncertain

David Nuttall considers the High Court decision in Gibson v New and its potential consequences All taken together, it seems clear that Neilson v Poole is an authority for a boundary agreement being proprietary in nature, and binding on successors. In the recent High Court appeal of Gibson v New [2021], Murray J held that …
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Cases Referenced

  • Gibson v New [2021] EWHC 1811 (QB)
  • Haycocks v Neville [2007] EWCA Civ 78
  • Joyce v Rigolli [2004] EWCA Civ 79
  • Neilson v Poole (1969) 20 P&CR 909
  • Penn v Lord Baltimore (1750) 1 Ves Sen 444