Hi all, We recently had a survey done on our 1880s house as we are planning to landscape the rear garden and part of the work requires a DA. We are in NSW, the property is in the inner west of Sydney. Anyway the survey revealed that the true boundary between us and our neighbour to one side is not actually straight, there were previously two outhouses next to each other along the boundary (one theirs, one ours) and at this point the boundary actually wraps around where the outhouses used to be, so it encroaches into our side on one section then encroaches into the neighbours on another before going back to straight again. The encroachment is about 1m X 1m on each side. The last survey was done in 1917, we have a very dodgy copy of this in our purchase documents which is barely readable. We were certainly not aware of this anomaly until told today by the surveyor. There is a fence between the two properties at present which is straight (so doesn't follow the true boundary), the fence was repaired recently - the previous one would have easily been 30 years old, if not more. Both us and the neighbour also have parking in our rear gardens, if we were to adjust the fence line to the true boundary this parking would disappear for both of us as the encroachment on each side would mean a car would no longer fit in the space. We want to keep our parking which is pretty special in an inner city property. Anyway has anyone gone through the process of making an adjustment to a boundary? What did you have to do and how much did it cost? Is this something that Title Insurance is used for? (We have this). We haven't raised this with our neighbour yet, we will of course but want to explore what the options are and how we can resolve them. Thank you.