This document can be used to create an agreement to refer a boundary dispute to an arbitrator. It can be modified to reflect the details of the properties that are the subject of the dispute and to take account of factors such as agreements on costs.
Typically this agreement will be used where two neighbours disagree over where the precise boundaries of their properties may lie. The agreement will ensure that both parties submit the dispute to be determined by arbitrator and to be bound by whatever decision they make.
How this document is to be used
The document should be signed by each party. In addition each party should have a witness who will also sign the agreement and provide the required details, to confirm that the document was signed by the relevant party. Thereafter each party should retain a copy of the agreement.
Following the agreement being signed, the arbitration should be commenced by whatever means are required by the arbitrator identified in the agreement.
Any applicable law
Arbitration Act 1996
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