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I have a solicitor involved in selling my property. On the footprint we have fill regd title, one adverse possessory title, and another 12ft x 3ft strip of land has been picked up by our buyers solicitor which the family has used and had fenced off for over 47 years. the abutting pub car park does not have it on their land register title documents,. My question is , does my solicitor have to apply for the adverse possession because she is carrying out the conveyancing, when I am more than capable of doing it myself and have all the evidence at my disposal. I have already been down this route, and have also taken guidance from Land registry, and have a good friend that is a well respected and knowledgeable solicitor to lean on for advice.I feel that my solicitor is trying to have me over a barrel.
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