Which Boundary Fence Is Mine?

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For you to know where your boundary fence starts, check your Title deed. A boundary fence is a mark that separates two neighbouring lands or gardens. If there is a dispute on where your boundary fence starts, the HM Land Registry is usually consulted.
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