My question involves real estate located in the State of: Kentucky
Will try to make this as short as possible, I have a lot for sale that is located between two other existing homes. I have a potential buyer and we have signed a contract. I had the lot surveyed to determine boundary. It was determined that one neighbor had a fence sitting on my property, I was able to get them to take down the fence so all seems ok with that. The potential buyer somehow has discovered in the deed of the other neighbor something that he deems a problem. It was explained to me that there was an extra call on the deed that should not be there in the corner near the beginning of my drive way. The way I understand it is that instead of the two lines meeting in the corner on his property, the way the deed is written that the one line keeps going and extends into what would be my driveway by a few feet. When I tried to talk to my neighbor about signing a border line agreement saying they agree with what my survey says there seemed threatened and refused to discuss the matter or sign anything. The error or technicality in the deed does not match what it shows in the survey and plat for their property. To me it seems as though I don't need any type of border line agreement because my neighbor and I have no disagreements about the border but the potential buyer insist that I get the agreement before he will buy. I just want some advice as to what you think I should do, I don't want to cause problems with my neighbor in case the buyer ends up backing out on me but I also want to sell my property. It doesn't seem like a problem exist to me right now and I don't want to start a problem, any advice would be appreciated.