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Hi All,

 

Does anyone know what a dashed line between 2 properties means?

 

On the title plan (land registry) of a property we're looking at, there is a solid black line around the boundary apart from the front drive, where this line is dashed!!!

 

Many thanks

 

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I wonder if the Land Registry might be able to advise what it means !

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I wonder if the Land Registry might be able to advise what it means !

 

Thx for your reply CB. I don't think they give legal advise. I've got a good idea what it means myself and my lawyer has given me their opinion of what it means, but I'd just like to know what someone thinks :0)

 

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shared access and those users are responsible (proportion) for the up keep and repair.

 

 

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Can anyone please tell me what the following means

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Thank you so much

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In a nut shell, you & all parties using the drive have access & can't be denied that & you have to assist on the upkeep. So as to avoid any lengthy bills here I would suggest that as & when you see problems arising that you take matters in to your own hands & do the work yourself. I personally have done this with my own drive whereby I have an Easement over it. There is nothing in my Lease which states I have to pay or even maintain it - but I do for the benefit for everyone else.

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