I have been living in a property for just over 9 years. A local business man bought an area of scrum land which boarders our site. He is now removed a hedge which was to the rear of our neighbours fence. He has since come to me to say that he own land which is on my property because his deeds show a straigh line which follows the line of the fence. I maintain that the hedge he removed was the boundary line and the fact he removed this hedge is moving the boundary to suit himself. Part of the oringal hedge still boaders my property. What can I do and can he remove this boundary hedge even though on his property. I think it is because the neighbours fence was tight up to this hedge he thinks he has a right to continue the line of fence straight on as shown on his drawings. I have not seen his drawings but he has asked to see the deeds to my house. Can you help?
- 2 Nov, 2008