The most common form of neighbour dispute is a boundary dispute. This is where one person may object to the use of a certain border or border area, or perhaps to a lack of maintenance of a border region. Often a lawyer will need to search through the original title deeds to establish ownership of the boundary and resolve the dispute.
Sometimes a neighbour may object to overgrown trees which could be obstructing a right to light. Our lawyers have extensive experience in successfully settling a variety of different neighbour disputes.
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