The name of the DB form land registry – an application to determine the exact line of a border – can be considered misleading. The name indicates that the applicant is asking the land registry to decide exactly where the limit is. The land registry will oppose it. It is in the East Midlands and is a very fundamental agreement between two parties – so how can they justify just over $450-500. Two or more owners can enter into an agreement that defines the boundary between their properties and/or agree to know who is responsible for the maintenance of a fence or hedge. With regard to border agreements, there is a new presumption that the border agreement does not involve a transfer of land and that the agreed position corresponds to the actual position of the legal border. In section 4 of “Priority Requests,” you write: “Note a border agreement.” Please write “40 euros.” The case of Acco Properties Ltd v. Severn reinforces many of the legal principles at stake in border disputes. While Judge Simon Barker qC said it was “economic folly” to argue over a very small strip of land, he confirmed the right to do so. The Land Registry does not provide a definition of “defined border” and “precise demarcation line” and states in paragraph 3 of “Practice Manual 40: HM Land Registry, Supplement 4, Border Agreements and Defined Limits” that the 2002 Focière Act does not define the word “precise.” The Cadastre tells us in paragraph 8 of Public Guide 19: “You must also use a qualified expert to draw up a plan that meets the requirements of the land registry.” In paragraph 3.3.2 of the Land Registry`s Practice Guide 40, which deals with the “specific requirements of the border plan,” you certainly conclude that your “qualified surveyor” should be a surveyor. Other types of survey (z.B.

chartered valuation surveyor, chartered building surveyor) cannot expect them to perform the mapping task and certainly do not expect them to meet the strict requirements of the land registry. The parties agree that the legal boundary between the land within their respective registered titles and the “B” mark in the attached plan is indicated by the red line between those points. We provide owners with measurable surveys and plans of existing physical boundaries and overlays of historical plans and images. We can mark and comment on the plans to illustrate precisely the different claims at the border and show how this is reflected in space on either side of the border. This can be used as a unumser to advance discussions with your neighbor or lawyer and should cost about 3 to 500 dollars. This plan should also be able to be used, if necessary, for the determination of borders. Going to court should be a last resort. It is a very expensive, time-consuming and stressful way to resolve border conflicts. And you still can`t have everything you want. It is much better to reach an agreement. In paragraph 8 of its now-unnecessary Public Guide 19, it states that “determining the border” requires “a very precise plan indicating exactly where the limit is” and the plan must be submitted with a completed DB form.