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Sharing Rule:

Disputes about the exact border lines and ownership of plots of land are often solved by careful delineating and measuring the disputed land after which an equal split takes place.


 


Explanation:

Disputes about the exact border lines and ownership of plots of land are often solved by careful delineating and measuring the disputed land after which an equal split takes place. However, when two witnesses confirm that the claim of one of the parties is stronger, this party gets a larger part.

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