We are purchasing a new property with a gate as part of the boundary. There is no access to the gate, but it remains in ownership of the vendor. Can the gate be blocked off on our side of the boundary?
Province/Country relating to question : northern ireland
-Could you explain your situation a little more?
The property has a boundery of hedges and buildings with two gates in the corner of the property. there is no access to these gates, but the vendor wants to have them as part of his property.We want to put a fence up on our side of the gates to make our boundary sucure,but need to know if we can put a fence in frount of gates. ,
the property has hedges and buildings as boundarys. There is a gate as part of the boundary which the vendor has kept as his. There is no access to this gate, and we need to know if we can put a fence up infrount of the gate to secure our boundary.
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