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It is not possible to check this online, but you need to look at the title and the deposited plan. You also need to check with the council. Your title should show the boundary and if not fully detailed then the plan will have that measurement. You also need to ask the council because they will also have a note of the subdivision and the seaward bounday. If you dont have a copy of the plan and title I can suggest where you obtain these.
I am not sure what you mean by TOTSM
Without seeing the title and drawing of the plan, it is often the MHW measurement which is used, and i have seen on titles. The other measurement is not one I have seen used on plans. Riparain rights and boundaries are always measured by the MHW in my experience
You can attach it on this by using the little paperclip icon
Great just looking now
Where is the notation showing the boundary is MHW? If its not on this where did you get that information?
The riparian rights go to MHW so I think that is the position. Have you seen the title and what it says.? This is a fairly old plan and some of the older plans dont have as much detail. Cuncil records are also important. The latest plan you attach is also consistent with that
So I understand that there is an argument based on MHW. In practical terms, what has become the issue based on the potential difference?
I think you can rely on MHW for the boundary