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Q: I live in a terraced house with a wall separating my garden with my neighbour's on one side and a fence on the other. Who is responsible for maintaining them? Boundaries between gardens can be a real bone of contention between neighbours. Knowing what you are responsible can avert a lot of hassle and even legal ...

Their rational was that the title plan showed the fence to be in a perfect straight line from it's starting position affixed to the house. They also moved the Post that was attached to the wall much further over to our side. The reality is was that the fence had Always run in a straight but Angled line since the ...

Hi you need to look at your deeds it should state on then which is your fence line i have one property were it is the left hand side as you view the house and another its the right hand side. in scotland you both sides are jointly responsible for the fence line. hope this helps, sorry cant help with the misserable ...

As per sub title--- am trying to establish by law which house owner is responsible ---who owns the fence post and therefore responsible for fence post---which side should it be installed on , to claim ownership for painting of fence panels and Mn't. thank you very much and stay safe. Female. Madness102 ...

If your house has been built on a new estate, then it is likely that there will be a reasonable scale plan showing the garden boundaries. ... unfortunately they all too often do, then in the case of fences with posts or struts on one side, the law presumes that the owner on that side owns and is responsible for repairing the fence.

None of these simply come round and decide where your boundary is, but instead you are expected to make a legal case and put it to the court so that a judgement to be made. All of this can seem a bit much just to define a garden fence boundary. If possible, find access to recent house surveys or deeds ...

Does anybody know how I can find out which fence at the rear of our house that I am responsible for? We are relativley new owners ... lowby. 28-02-2008, 10:27. we had a surveyer out a couple of months ago and on the plans he said there was a cross as to which side is ours. it was on the right hand side.

Must-Dos. Observe boundaries: Don't risk having to tear down that fence by going even one inch over your property line. Study your house line drawing or plat or order a new survey ($500 to $1,000) from a land surveyor to be sure of boundaries. Fence companies usually install a foot inside the line, to be on the safe side.

Fences, appearance of: What can I do about the unsightliness of my neighbour's fence? Fence height: How high a fence can I put on my boundary? Fence height: Can I make my neighbour reduce the height of his fence? Fence ownership: Who owns which fence? Is it true that every house owns the fence on its left side, ...

The second principle is that the ownership of fences is not conclusive evidence of where the boundary is, as people tend to put fences up “on their side”, and so the boundary may be one side or the other of a fence, or even down the middle. The march of time. Imagine that the fences around your house are 30 years old.

The wording of the deeds may indicate the position, or typically, if your house has been built on a new estate, then it is likely that there will be a scale plan ... will have chosen to erect a fence and therefore own it, if they place the 'ugly side' - the posts and arris (horizontal) rails - of a fence on the owner's side.

Neighbour's fence: What can I do when my neighbour won't repair his fence? Fence height: How high a fence can I put on my boundary? Fence ownership: Who owns which fence? Is it true that every house owns the fence on its left side, as you look at it from the street? Fences, appearance of: Must the smooth side of my ...

Side Gates. A side gate is no different to a standard garden gate apart from it is normally placed at the side of a house o r Wind resistant side gate property instead of in a run of fencing, restricting access to the rear of the property via an alley or path. Side gates are installed the same way as a usual garden gate would be ...

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I heard that every house owns the fence on its left side. Is this correct? This is not correct. Unfortunately there is no hard and fast rule as to who owns which boundary.

If you have the ugly side, then it's your responisibilty, if you have the pretty side facing into your garden then it's the neighbours. Shame I can't draw what i mean!!!!!! Does any of that make sense? Not necessarily. WHen the fence between our house and our neighbours feel down we split the bill for a new ...

Under permitted development your gate, wall or fence can be up to 2 metres in height, as long as: it isn't facing a road; it doesn't come any further forward than the 'principal elevation' (the front of your house) or the side elevation (the side of your house); it isn't within or on the boundary of the grounds of a ...