Fence boundary responsibility clarified

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NEED TO KNOW WHICH FENCE IS YOURS?

Then you have come to the right place.

Whichfenceismine is the affordable, fast and secure way of finding out who is legally responsible for the fence boundary or features between your property and neighbouring land.

Our boundary experts provide comprehensive, personalised boundary reports confirming which fence is yours to maintain and repair with reference to your title deeds. 

Why use us?

Saves time

Our expert team has immediate access to title deeds held at the Land Registry – including previous deeds and transfers for your home.

Saves money

We provide professional, personalised and affordable boundary reports for a fraction of the cost of instructing a boundary solicitor.

Saves confusion

Our boundary experts will review your title documents and present the results to you in a  personalised, easy-to-read report together with copies of your title documents at no extra cost.

Have peace of mind knowing that your title deeds have been obtained and reviewed by experienced professionals.

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU

Gain certainty, clarity and most importantly peace of mind when it comes to your boundary responsibilities.

Avoid lengthy neighbour disputes. 

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

Making boundary issues child’s play.

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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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