I am in the middle of a court case regarding land dispute of boundaries.
On a site whose boundaries have been in place since Napoleon, I have
been the owner since 2007 and had a caravan there for summer stays until
2016, when a neighbour who bought the adjacent plot, began to harass me
with complaints about my car, my caravan etc. I moved the car, then the
caravan and once he began to put a plastic sheet over my own boundary
and destroy all the vegetation, I objected and explained that the
boundary was a wall almost hidden by debris which had fallen down from
his plot was hence covering my own pathway through the brow of my field.
According to his surveyor the ancient wall dividing our properties has no value and he prefers to look at the cadastra maps which are accurate to plus or minus one metre.
The disputed piece of land is only 1.2m wide and less than 5m long but encompasses my gate post and if I am forced to remove this as he desires, then I will no longer be able to access my land with my caravan nor a tractor.
I have now employed a land surveyor to measure her version of this
disputed boundary and would like to know if others have been
able to reach the highest land authority, so, calling on those who would protect the heritage of this respected land, can defend the 300 year old entrance.