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Fighting for your property rights in boundary disputes

California readers know they have the right to defend their property interests in the event of a boundary dispute. When there is conflict over where your property line begins and your neighbor's begins, it can lead to lengthy and costly issues. In many cases, real estate disputes require legal assistance in order to reach a beneficial outcome. 

If you are currently facing a boundary dispute with your neighbor, you may feel unsure of what you should do or how you can effectively navigate this issue without further complications. As a property owner, it is a smart move to seek appropriate guidance to shield your rights and preserve your property interests.

Resolving boundary disputes the right way

Boundary disputes usually happen when there is an issue between two property owners over where one piece of land begins and one ends. When boundary lines are unclear or are in dispute, it could mean there are unwanted structures on your property, visitors on your land without permission and more.

It may be possible to work through boundary issues in a way that allows you to resolve the issue carefully and move forward as quickly as possible. Some of the options available to you regarding the resolution of a boundary dispute include the following:

  • In some cases, it may be possible to resolve boundary dispute issues through out-of-court negotiations and discussions with your neighbor. Any agreement should be carefully review by a legal professional.
  • If you cannot locate the property survey or it is out of date, a new survey can help you clearly see where boundary lines are, resolving an ongoing dispute.
  • It is possible to move forward with a quiet title lawsuit, which is a legal action that requests a judge to step in and determine the location of boundary lines.

A complete evaluation of your case can help you understand how to seek a beneficial outcome to your boundary disputes issues. 

Your best interests are on the line

When involved in a boundary dispute, it is a threat against your property rights and your financial well-being. You are entitled to seek a quick and beneficial outcome to your situation and protect yourself from future complications.

It might be useful for you to seek guidance regarding a real estate dispute, including an explanation of your legal options and the most appropriate course of action for you to take moving forward.

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