Boundary Responsibilities Clarified

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NEED CLARIFICATION ON YOUR BOUNDARIES?

Do you need to know who is responsible for trimming the overgrown boundary hedge? Is your neighbour claiming that you are responsible for repairing the rotting boundary wall? Has the fence between your properties blown over?

Then you have come to the right place.

With prices starting from as little as £39.00 (plus VAT) whichfenceismine.co.uk is the fast, affordable and secure way of getting access to your title deeds together with a personalised report on the key provisions relating to your property’s boundaries prepared by experts.  You can choose either our basic, standard or comprehensive package to suit your needs. 

So if you own a freehold house in England or Wales and need clarity about:

boundary ownership 

– repairing responsibility

 Then you have definitely come to the right place.

Get clarification on your boundary responsibilities and avoid lengthy neighbour disputes! Order your report today.

 

WE’RE HERE FOR YOU

Gain certainty, clarity and most importantly peace of mind.

With prices starting from as little as £39 (plus VAT), whichfenceismine.co.uk is a fast, professional and affordable service designed for home/landowners just like you.

Simply place your order online and our expert team will process your request.

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BOUNDARY MAINTENANCE

FENCING REPAIR RESPONSIBILITY

BOUNDARY OWNERSHIP

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020 7175 6804

enquiries@whichfenceismine.co.uk

Ashford Road, Charing,
Kent, TN27 0WX

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