Survey to settle lost or disputed boundaries
Why should you choose survey to settle lost or disputed boundaries?
The land is such an investment that is dear to all because this is the only investment that always stays where it is. The generations may change but the land does not change even an inch. This makes it the most reliable form of investment for one and all. This is also the reason for the disputes that arise as a result of confusion regarding the boundary of the property. Many a time the boundary dispute is just because the owners were not aware of the boundary but at the other times the people may want acquire your land inch by inch stealthily and in an unlawful manner.
Both the kinds of boundary disputes are sure to create problem between the two parties but should be solved in a peaceful manner by talking out the problem amongst each other. The property boundaries can be ascertained by using the property papers which have a design of the property and that can solve the problem in any cases. If that is not working then calling a land surveyor will help the parties who are willing solve the case out of the court of law. The survey to settle lost or disputed boundaries is one of the most convenient as well as quick methods to settle the disputes of this nature. The surveyor will survey the land and help you and your neighbour demarcate the land and its boundaries.
It is not a very good idea to enter into a legal battle with your neighbour and must be avoided as much as possible.
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- Agreement settling dispute as to boundary line
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- Contract to pay for street improvement
- Contract with city as to street improvement
- Future construction
- Grant of right to use 2
- Petition for improvement of street
- Promise to pay assessment
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