One of my wonderful LEGAL ENGLISH students asked me about grănițuire (in Romanian)…

I am delighted to come up with some explanations.

Demarcation consists of determining the boundary between two adjoining plots of land definitively and marking the limit by physical boundary markers.

Demarcation is not mandatory (with some exceptions). It is, however, strongly advised. Demarcation makes it possible to avoid conflicts relating to property limits, particularly in the event of encroachment, due to plantations or constructions on neighbouring land, for example.


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