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Problems Caused by Unmarked Boundary Lines

It is only too common to assume that boundaries between properties are obvious. Unfortunately, this assumption can lead to legal disputes that are cumbersome for commercial property owners. Boundaries between properties are specific and determined by precise measurements. These divisions between properties mandate that a property owner has control over his or her property but never crosses into a neighboring property without legal allowance. Many boundary disputes arise between property owners because of actions that infringe upon unmarked boundary lines, but the attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., can help Dallas property owners take legal action if they have a complaint related to unmarked lines.

Common Problems

Boundaries are often left unmarked around property owned by commercial parties. Unfortunately, this practice can result in numerous issues if the neighboring property owner in any way abuses the other’s property. For instance, disputes often arise due to:

  • Use of another’s property
  • Damage to another’s property
  • Alteration to another’s property

These common problems are only a few of those possible that can result from unmarked boundary lines between properties. If you feel you have a claim related to your Dallas property, the attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., may be able to help you.

Contact a Real Estate Litigation Attorney in Dallas

If you or someone you know has an unmarked boundary line dispute with a neighboring property, then a real estate litigation attorney can help. Discuss your situation with our legal team at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., today, by calling our Dallas offices at (214) 317-4448. You can learn more about our services, as well as how we can help you protect your claim to real estate.

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