OSI cards never indicate the legal limits of ownership, nor do they indicate physical use. Although some property limits may coincide with measured map characteristics, no assumption should be made in these cases, so it is not possible to identify the position of a legal ownership limit from an OSi card. When a border dispute is not resolved within the required time frame, a legitimate owner may find that he or she is losing the right to the land concerned. According to the 2012 Mediation Bill, regulations are being considered to require lawyers and lawyers to advise anyone wishing to initiate legal proceedings to consider mediation as a means of resolving a dispute before initiating such proceedings. This would allow individuals to resolve disputes with their neighbours more quickly and cheaply than if they were to go to court. If a person is built near or at a border in the expectation or belief that he or she has the right to do so and the true owner of the documentary, who knows the true position, does not object, the documentary may be deterred from asserting the title. Waterfront owners can count on a reciprocal assumption as to the actual position of the border (for example. B a containment wall). This may prevent them from denying that the wall is the border.
At other times, a more pragmatic approach is needed. This is often the case when a border is shared or the template is not clearly cut. If this is the case, your lawyer can lead the negotiations between you and your neighbour in order to reach an agreement. For example, if you want to do work on a common border, you may agree to work only at certain times of the day. You can also guarantee to cover the cost of damage. On October 17, 1925, a draft final limit was adopted.   The limit thus created was limited from the existing limit, which was reduced from 280 miles to 219 miles, with small land transfers to the Land of Bavaria (282 m2) and, in fact, some transfers in the other direction (78 m2).   A total of 31,319 persons are expected to be transferred to the Irish Free State (27,843 Catholics, 3,476 Protestants) and 7,594 to Northern Ireland (2,764 Catholics and 4,830 Protestants).
 Only one in 25 Catholics in Northern Ireland would have been placed under the rule of the Free State.  On 5 November, the Commission agreed to complete its work and pass on its recommendations to the British and Irish governments.  If you do not have deeds of ownership, you should ask the land registry for a copy of the instrument containing the documents originally filed with your application for registration. These documents should include the deed of transfer or transfer, which contains a description of the extent of the property and/or a document card. This description and/or infringement card provides a legal interpretation of the extent of your site, that is, the property limit that was the intention of the parties to the assignment or assignment. A chartered geologist (geometer) could interpret this information and mark the local border accordingly. The 1964 border system, adopted by the land registry, is an inconclusive border system, sometimes referred to as the general border system. This removes the precise determination of the position of the title limits when registering properties. The ownership of the physical characteristics that characterize the boundaries of a property therefore remains undetermined.