I know we all have moved into the houses since the fence was already standing when we each moved in. Let the fence go. if it comes back to you, it is yours. Hi all following the bad winds of late I have 2 fence panels which have blown out and are damaged. Next door told me it was my fence, but i have now been told its theirs. Does anybody know how to work it out? thanks in advance. But if the rustic side faces you then it’s yours. Fences, appearance of: Must the smooth side of my neighbour’s fence face towards me? Fences as supports: Can I hang things on my neighbour’s fence? Fences as supports: Can I use my neighbour’s fence as a support for my own plants? Fences, appearance of: Can I paint my side of my neighbour’s fence? Fences, appearance of: What can I do about the unsightliness of my neighbour’s fence? Fence height: Can I make my neighbour reduce the height of his fence? Fence, age of: How can I find out the age of my wooden fence?.
And I know I should let them know ahead of time when I’d be replacing it, but should I mention anything about materials cost? Or just let their heart be their guide?. I think ive hears that if the fence posts are on your side, then it is yours. If you are unsure as to where your boundary is or who owns it, the starting point is always your title deeds. If you do not know your Title Number or that of the property you wish to look at do a Public Index Map search and you will be given the Number or told that it is not registered. Deeds may contain covenants to maintain a wall or fence but on their own, such covenants do not confer ownership. As the documentation is in storage, does anyone know if I can phone the Land Registry to find out if there is a ‘T’ mark on the deed? Just by way of additional information, this property is in London and the property on the right is owned by the local council.
After all, you want to make sure the property that you’re improving and protecting is actually yours. Ask yours to draw up a simple license allowing the neighbor to leave the fence up and obliging them to maintain it for a (fill in the blank amount of time). It’s much hard to tell someone to move their garage because it was built on your property 30 years ago. In a lot of cases we can’t tell you which boundary feature you are responsible for. Anna there is nothing more that I can usefully add or suggest I’m afraid as the choice is largely yours.
What’s The Etiquette For Shared Fence
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 of a terrace house and have experienced some damage to one of the back fences during the recent high winds. I thought it was, the fencing to the left was yours, maybe someone else will no more. For example, they will tell you if you own any garden ground and they will usually give you measurements of the area you own. If you want to put a fence up, does it blend in with the rest of yours, and your neighbours’, gardens?. One fence panel has collapsed. My house is actually mine, and next door is rented. Generally speaking, facing your house from the road, the fence on the left is yours. Boundaries are normally to the left of your property,so if the fence as you look out your door to the left is the 1 in question then i think youll find this is yours,then just overhand point that side as you go. Boundaries are normally to the left of your property,so if the fence as you look out your door to the left is the 1 in question then i think youll find this is yours,then just overhand point that side as you go. I think that if it has the best side facing your property, it’s yours.