I am studying a case where A sued B for encroachment because B built a retaining wall along their property line that went 0.07m over onto A's land. (Of course B's wall actually benefited A as it prevented any possible landslides under heavy rain conditions. A just hated B and sought a mandatory injunction.)
But my question is how do property lines get translated from maps on to the ground with such precision? Does B have a case to saying that he built the wall EXACTLY within his land, the measurement is simply inaccurate.
ps. Sadly, A actually won.