Is there anyone out there who can help me with a boundary dispute? Experience under Scottish law would be excellent but all advice greatfully received. The story: When we first moved into our house we erected a fence between our garden's and next door's. It goes all the way from the wall of the house to the bottom of the garden. Unfortunately it was put in the wrong place (mostly our fault). It's been there for 6 years and we're finally getting around to moving it to the correct place. We mentioned it to our neighbour who's taken a major strop and is going to see the council (she's a tenant) spouting rubbish about cultivating the land for 14 years (she claims the broken fence we got with the house was in the wrong place as well). She even had the cheek to claim she's done us a favour by looking after it for us. Does she have any right to claim our land? If so would her claim be successful? How do we go about formally giving her a notice of eviction? Does she have any claim to compensation for the plants she's cultivated on our land? Would I be within my rights to just move the fence and keep any plants that are there? It's not a huge problem but it's really annoying that she thinks she's got some claim over our garden so any advice will be greatfully received and being polite to preserve some sort of peace bewteen neighbours is no longer part of the equation. Indeed anything which would help the situation and get right up her nose would (and is also within the law) would be the ideal solution. Thanks in advance.