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T-marks

Who owns the boundary feature? What do T marks mean? Seeckts v Derwent [2004] EWCA Civ 393 This was a dispute as to position of a boundary turning upon construction of a conveyance that used T-marks on the plan. There was some conflict between those T marks and certain dimensions in the conveyance. The question was whether or not the hedge between the two properties belonged to one party or the other. The natural implication of the T-marks was that…

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