A boundary dispute occurs when the owners or occupiers of at least two adjacent properties disagree.
A boundary conflict can manifest itself in a variety of ways.
Frequently, it is merely a disagreement over the location of a boundary.
Typically, someone will claim that a physical marker, such as a fence, hedge, or wall, is erroneous in its location.
This frequently results in the other party arguing that the other is trespassing by encroaching over the boundary line.