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Land Registry Plans
Attached to this law-byte is a plan, a copy of the one issued by the Land Registry. The property will be identified by either a red, or a thick black line. Please check this boundary very carefully, and confirm to us that it is as you expect it to be. Does the boundary line on the plan accurately reflect the way that boundary actually appears when you inspect the property? Are the fences in the right place? Is a boundary straight on the plan and kinked in reality, or vice versa?
It is not unusual for these plans to be wrong. If something strikes you as even vaguely odd about the plan or the boundaries, please tell us. You must be quite sure that it is correct before you ask us to go ahead; we can not normally check these boundaries for you. We do not visit the property.
There are several points that you may notice about the plan:
We recognise that these plans can be confusing. If you have any questions, or need help in interpreting the plan, please just ask. Please remember, that we will not normally ourselves inspect the land.
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