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  • Overview

    Thomson Snell & Passmore recently acted for a client who was in the process of selling a substantial property in East Sussex when he discovered an irregularity with the boundary line at the Land Registry.

    After initial investigations, we managed to identify that there was an error during the process of the original registration and were able to provide material to support our client’s case. We presented a prompt and concise application for adverse possession on our client’s behalf, which was accepted by the Land Registry and processed successfully within a matter of weeks.

    Our client managed to keep his buyer happy throughout the process and the sale was completed without any further complications.

  • Related Services

    Property disputes including landlord & tenant

    The property world is highly diverse meaning disputes can arise in all shapes and sizes. Our team of property dispute lawyers pride themselves on their versatility to act for all types of clients, discussing their problems in clear language without unnecessary legal jargon in order to get the result they want. We don't impose standard solutions but our extensive knowledge of the property landscape means that we can give well informed advice geared to our clients’ specific needs both present and future.

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