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Land Registery question when registering an old property
Hi, i've got a question about LR.I bought a 1850s home and it was currently unregistered. The original conveyncing had an ordance surveyors map from back then had a diagram showing the border and right of access.When i registered, we provided this OS map but the LR rejected it due to the map being so old and some features being outdated. But we had a map survery done a few months ago by the sellers and we submitted that instead.This map survey only contained a rough border and was slightly smaller than the original border in the osr map. The property also has a physical border marked by fence which shows its true size.Should i be worried that when i registered this property the map search i provided will lower my property boundaries and remove my right of access? because the original title and map shows it correctly.Thanks
original: https://i.imgur.com/NF6U1Uo.png (blue line indicating right of access)
original osr: https://i.imgur.com/b4rt0JY.png
new map survey submitted: https://i.imgur.com/qSsWe9G.png (As you can see the border seems to be a bit smaller when submitted)
or is it nothing to worry about regarding borders because its not entirely accurate? Id say the current physical border based on the fence is more accurate to the osr map (middle picture).
Also the right of access, did it need to be highlighted again?
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