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Tags: boundary fence stormwater. Hi Everyone I have been contacted by the owner of a property that shares a rear boundary with my IP who is looking into doing a sub division on his block but would like to run his storm water through my property along my side fence to the road. I too have plans to sub divide eventually and am concerned that this may impact that.
Apparently i can request to not have an easement noted on my plans. Is that possible? Logan Council. Has anyone else needed to do this before or had the same requested of them?
Any other pros or cons I have missed? Thanks in advance.
Rivet24th Jul, ed: 14th Jul, Posts: 30 Location: Parramatta. I am not from Queensland.
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But in NSW this matter consider as a private easement. Your lawyer need to prepare deed, register land survey the land and indicate location of proposed easement, your valuer need to value the land and your neighbour need to pay you compensation. After that procedure easement plan will register to land title office.
You can can prepare a deed nicely so you can use the same easement when you subdivision. So basically benefiting from the easement and also burdening. Easement can be very costly so make sure you not shy away.
ParraEels25th Jul, Scott No Mates25th Jul, ed: 29th Jan, Posts: Location: Canberra. Not showing the easement would potentially deceive a future purchaser of your property and leave you liable to legal action. I agree with ParraEels post.
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Both you and your tenant would need to be compensated. The tenant for the disruption and you for the loss of amenity and restriction of your development rights.
Mark F25th Jul, ed: 6th Jul, Posts: Location: Birisbane. Depending on the block you have, it may or may not add value to it.
You'll have to look into what your block is able to be future developed as to work out looking to chat through the storm the pipes are suitable for you to into for the future. The proposed pipes might be situated in an uphill flow direction that will be costly to hook into as you would need some type of pump station but depending on the block you might not have an option.
If they build pipes on their side they might deny you access to them in the future.
I would ask for an exact letter of works with detailed plans of the proposed work being done before letting anyone near your premises, also ask for a time frame too. I've seen this type of stuff go south many times. The pipes might not be able to legally accommodate the flow of water for both blocks due to their size, which you could ask them to make the pipes bigger to do so. Last edited: 25th Jul, Antoni025th Jul, ed: 25th Jun, Posts: 68 Location: Brisbane.
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