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Publication date: July, 2019

This activity has assisted other people in the following competencies: Technical legal practice

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This webinar examines how to deal with boundary problems in a residential conveyancing transaction when acting for a seller or buyer, including:

  • Relying on title plans, property description and Ordnance Survey plans
  • Formal boundary requirements
  • Determined boundary applications
  • How to deal with boundary disputes – the attitude of the courts and jurisdiction of the Land Registration Division of the Property Chamber, First-tier Tribunal
  • What advice should be given when acting for a buyer


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Ian Quayle

worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters. Since 1998 he has worked as a Consultant for national housebuilders, national and international property developers in relation to all aspects of property, landlord and tenant law with a particular interest in defective title issues.

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