By Kim Lewison,Falcon Chambers, Kim Lewison,Falcon Chambers14 May 1999
The hedge and ditch presumption According to the hedge and ditch presumption, the boundary between two pieces of land lies along the edge of the ditch furthest from the hedge The only instance where the presumption doesn't apply is where land in common ownership ...
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