The general boundaries rule does not mean that the plan on a transfer may be ignored.
Peter Gibson LJ
Unreported, 30 November 1994
England and Wales
Cited – Geoffrey Allan Chadwick, Sylvia Joyce Chadwick, Edward James Chadwick v Abbotswood Properties Ltd, Gordon Leonard Hauser, Pamela Ann Hauser, Rectory Pump Ltd ChD 18-May-2004
Between to new houses was a steep bank. Who owned it? Before the transfer there had been different plans and much correspondence.
Held: Where there was doubt as to the extent of land transferred, the court could look to the physical boundaries . .
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Updated: 16 June 2022; Ref: scu.197732