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Construction Projects and Boundary Disputes

Construction projects are exciting!
But sometimes, even construction projects that start out as exciting have
unexpected twists and turns, which quickly dampen the excitement. For
example, oftentimes, through a property survey as part of the planning stage of
a construction project, a client will discover that the property's boundary
lines are not where he (or the adjoining neighbors!) thought they were. A
survey can reveal a myriad of issues, ranging from not enough distance between
the structure and the property line to build the desired project, to a
neighbor's shed, or garden, or patio that is encroaching on the property.
If you suddenly find yourself with a boundary line issue, especially if you are
in the middle of a construction project, retaining an attorney quickly might
afford you opportunities for resolving the issue and keeping your project on
track. 

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