Boundary Agreements following Gibson v New by David Nuttall
Published by the Property Law Journal at PLJ 2021, 391
Informal boundary agreements are an invaluable tool in any boundary dispute. However, the recent decision of Gibson v New has snuck into the garden at night, chopped down the entire boundary hedge and potentially changed the law on boundary agreements forever.
In this article, David examines this conceptually tricky area of law and considers whether Gibson v New was correctly decided.
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