Boundary disputes in a litigation context can refer to different types of situations related to territorial issues. Land ownership can become complicated in the event of potential lawsuits, as there are a lot of factors to consider when determining easement. Whether it involves residential, public, or commercial areas, court cases based on boundary disputes often require an expert whose background includes multiple areas of focus in land-related litigation.
A contributing factor to the complexity of a boundary dispute is the evolving nature of land ownerships, as contracts, leases, real estate transactions, easements, land titles, right-of-ways, land use, valuation, deeds, mortgages, liens, and other related areas can affect boundary issues in the event of a court case. Before a new construction project begins, the surrounding area should be evaluated so as not to create any possible boundary disputes. The type of expert brought into the court case to provide relevant information depends on the nature of each particular situation.
A boundary dispute may occur between two residential properties if an individual believes that his or her property has been encroached. The background of experts retained for boundary dispute court cases varies between each situation and includes such disciplines as land surveying, architect, civil engineering, real estate lawyer, and construction. Submit An Expert Request Form or contact ForensisGroup for more information on the best available boundary dispute expert witness for your case.