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Landmark barristers at all levels are regularly instructed to advise and represent a broad range of commercial, institutional and private clients on all issues relating to boundaries, easements and adverse possession. Members of the property team have acted in a number of the most important cases of recent years including Regency Villas Title Ltd v Diamond Resorts (Europe) Ltd (shortly to reach the Supreme Court), R (on the application of Best) v Chief Land Registrar (adverse possession under the LRA 2002) and Batsford Estates (1983) Co Ltd v Taylor.

A number of Landmark’s barristers have been recognised in Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 for their expertise in this specialist area. Landmark’s practice managers will be happy to assist in providing a recommendation of appropriate counsel.

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