(1) If an adjoining owner is given a boundary survey notice, the adjoining owner may, within 30 days from the day on which the adjoining owner was given the notice—
(a) give the notifying owner a notice, in writing, that the adjoining owner agrees to the position of the common boundary specified in the boundary survey notice or the fencing notice; or
(b) specify the position that the adjoining owner thinks is the position of the common boundary in writing or by defining the position of the boundary line by marking it on the ground; or
(c) engage a licensed surveyor to have the common boundary defined.
(2) If an adjoining owner has the common boundary defined under subsection (1)(c), the adjoining owner must give the notifying owner notice, in writing, of the common boundary as defined by the licensed surveyor.
New s. 30 inserted by No. 30/2014 s. 6.