Identifying boundaries

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A legal boundary is, in most cases, an invisible line. In theory it should coincide with a physical boundary feature on the ground. Property occupiers and owners usually plant, erect or build boundary features, such as hedges, fences or walls and while those features provide clues as to the location of the boundary itself, in...

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