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January, 2007:
New design and layout finished and uploaded to our new Server. Development of our all new sub-site dealing solely with Boundary Disputes and Expert Witness services reflecting our increasing involvement in this area of specialist mapping.   

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Hannaway & Hannaway have extensive experience working both with solicitors and others to resolve boundary disputes. Using historic data from OSNI aerial photography a close examination of deeds and other supporting information evidence is compiled for use in Arbitration or court proceedings .

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Boundary Disputes & Problems

Hannaway & Hannaway, have extensive experience of working on boundary dispute resolution both directly with individuals, neighbours and intermediaries such as solicitors, property developers and land agents.

What We Do

As experienced land surveyors we are qualified in the area of mapping and measurement, so having a detailed survey of a property, either to determine a boundary position before it gets to a dispute or to help resolve an ongoing boundary issue, provides a clear basis from which to work.

The appointment of an independent and suitably qualified expert is advisable to analyse deed plans, Land Registry documents and any other relevant information. We can if necessary, prepare a report that may, in many cases, be used to settle a dispute without having to go through a costly court case. All our reports for use in court are prepared in accordance withy RICS Practice Guidelines "Surveyors acting as Expert Witness" Second edition. Please note, we do not, indeed cannot express legal opinion or give advice of a legal nature, if that is what is required please consult a solicitor.

Range of Services

We offer a wide range of services relating to boundary matters including:

Contact Us

To discuss any boundary issue, our range of services or costs, please do not hesitate to contact us -all communication is completely confidential. Telephone 028 302 67197 or email

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