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Old 10.09.2020, 15:06
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Re: encroachment by neighbour

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That would be written in the purchase agreement of the land.
All nonpossesory rights must to be mentioned in it.
Don't know about CH but in UK law there are rights that exist even if not mentioned in the land registry. For example in rural areas there are footpaths and such that cross privately owned land, and also hunting rights etc.

But I struggle to see a concrete garage justified by any of that.
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