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Buying common land + geometre/bornage
by danni • Tue 23 Jun 2015 17:46

Hello,

can anyone help please:

we are buying a piece of common land from the commune, immediately in front of our place- sale agreed by Maire and Conseil Municipal but still waiting on a vote by the sectionnaires in our hamlet as we are buying a bien- anyone else had this experience?

Also have a devis from a geometre headed " Bornage Aimable Contradictoire" anone explain what exactly this means??!

We seem to have to pay extra for the supply and positioning of the bornes...!

Any help/feedback appreciated..

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Re: Buying common land + geometre/bornage
by Dave • Mon 06 Jul 2015 16:34

Yes, that's pretty much what you are paying for. The land will be divided up and the bornes positioned at the corners of the new boundary, which is still considered important despite the fact that it's all done on computers. géomètre is a very expensive business; France is constantly being sub-divided into smaller and smaller plots because of silly succession laws and this seems to keep these people in a decent living.

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Re: Buying common land + geometre/bornage
by Creusebear • Sun 12 Jul 2015 13:46

We are also about to need the services of the geometre as we are buying a strip of an adjacent field. His services will be more than the price for the land and the notaries fees!

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