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Hi guys If fence posts that support the fence up are in facing into my garden are those part of my land or neighbours land? or smooth side facing us and posts in neighbours garden Read More
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banned7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Hi guys

If fence posts that support the fence up are in facing into my garden are those part of my land or neighbours land?

or smooth side facing us and posts in neighbours garden
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banned7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
I think its if the smooth side is in your garden then you own it....i think.


Isnt it always the fence on the right is yours?
[mod]#2
Is there just one fence? Check the title deeds to the property and on the boundary lines there may be an inverted "T" marking. If this is inverted on to your property you are responsible for the fence.
#3
for our area when you open your back door the side it opens up to is your side, in fact it is as my parents are private and the neighbours are council and recently had to find this out
[mod]#4
vengod
I think its if the smooth side is in your garden then you own it....i think.


Isnt it always the fence on the right is yours?


Nope.
banned#5
I'l have a look at deeds

cheers was unsure how to find out
#6
Usually if you have the fence posts in your garden then its yours, usually, not always.
#7
magicjay1986
Is there just one fence? Check the title deeds to the property and on the boundary lines there may be an inverted "T" marking. If this is inverted on to your property you are responsible for the fence.


only correct answer so far
#8
jamstaruk1972
only correct answer so far


my answer was also correct:p
#9
If the barbed wire at the top curves into your side then its yours, well thats how it works round here :whistling:

If you dont have barbed wire then it depends who powers the invertor for the electric fence
#10
If its a lady garden then it depends what time of the month.
HTH
[mod]#11
ilovepink
for our area when you open your back door the side it opens up to is your side, in fact it is as my parents are private and the neighbours are council and recently had to find this out


...this might be not be the same for everyone.
#12
skusey;8755474
If its a lady garden then it depends what time of the month.
HTH

Bloody hell skuse I pity you if you have to navigate a fence for a bit of hows ya father, thought I had it bad making sure not to fall into the well.
#13
magicjay1986
...this might be not be the same for everyone.


yeah i know, i did write in our area:thumbsup::p
#14
harlzter
Bloody hell skuse I pity you if you have to navigate a fence for a bit of hows ya father, thought I had it bad making sure not to fall into the well.


same thing:thumbsup:
#15
http://www.gardenlaw.co.uk/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=6

Excellent site, you should find all the info you need there.
[mod]#16
ilovepink
yeah i know, i did write in our area:thumbsup::p


...but in your area it might be different...honest!! Unless you are immune from the law...:w00t:
banned#17
KazzyD
http://www.gardenlaw.co.uk/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=6

Excellent site, you should find all the info you need there.


Many a neighbourly relationship gone sour in there.
banned#18
Just remeber the fence may not even be on the boundry line.

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