So, gone sale agreed but our surveyors report mentioned a potential overhang of the extension to the house we are buying onto the neighbors property.
We mentioned this to the seller and they had a surveyor do a boundary inspection who measured it out and determined that the extension was built on the boundary and stated that no deed rectification was necessary.
The guy who produced the report is a geomatics and boundary survey with all the required affiliations.
I presented this to my solicitor today but he is still suggesting that I have my own surveyor report commissioned.
Is this overkill? Wont they just come to the same conclusion? Can anyone see a reason to have a second inspection done?