Agreed-Boundary Doctrine

Agreed-Boundary Doctrine

Definition

If neighboring landowners agree to the location of a boundary between their properties, such location becomes the true boundary in law so long as there was (1) an uncertainty as to the true boundary line, (2) an agreement between the owners fixing the line, and (3) acceptance and acquiescence of the location for a statutorily prescribed period of time.

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