Boundary Dispute

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I've lost track of whose house is which, but it looks to me that what was a gentle curve has been turned into an angle by the installation of the slabs. The triangle looks to belong to the house with the garage - it can't be part of the drive of the house with the door and window - you can't drive to that house on it, because of the bed, the edge of which looks to be the boundary. Possibly the house on the right in the photo has lost a couple of square feet when the curve became a triangle. But the triangle only makes sense as belonging to the house on the left in the photo.
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Get some rope, a stake, and some line marking spray... Sorted.


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