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Posted 17 May 2017
Category: Strata, NCAT and Court Proceedings
All properties have boundaries and inevitably, at some time or another you may be faced with a dispute arising over your boundary line or the structures contained thereon.
If you are faced with a boundary issue, seek legal advice early as the issues may be resolved quickly and easily.
You are not required to automatically allow access to your land by an Adjoining Owner performing works on their land. You have various rights and certain conditions should be met before consent for access is provided.
There is a vast amount of legislation within New South Wales covering the different types of boundary disputes including:
***The information contained in this article is general information only and not legal advice. The currency, accuracy and completeness of this article (and its contents) should be checked by obtaining independent legal advice before you take any action or otherwise rely upon its contents in any way.