Even though the sprawling landscapes of Florida residential properties may seem to seamlessly transition from one to the next, individual residential properties actually have their own boundaries. These boundaries may not be visible but based on land surveys and records a person can find close to or the exact location that their property ends and a neighbor's property begins.
This is important information when a boundary dispute arises. A boundary dispute is a conflict between individuals over where the limits of a property extend. For example, neighbors may get into a boundary dispute if one wishes to build a fence but the other claims that the proposed fence site is actually on their land.