Boundary is one of the most typical institutes of neighbour disputes law. In Slovenia, a boundary can be regulated by two procedures, i.e. administrative and judicial procedure. The administrative procedure is regulated by Real-Estate Recording Act in two stages. During the boundary regulating procedure, which is not the administrative procedure by itself, a geodetic company prepares a report according to the boundary proceedings. This constitutes as a technical basis for the introduction of the second part of the procedure. The second part of the procedure is an administrative procedure or the procedure of registering a fixed boundary, which takes part at the Geodetic Administration and where the boundary is recorded as regulated according to the boundary regulation report. Both the geodetic company and the Geodetic Administration should take into account that a boundary that deviates from that in the land registry cannot be recorded as regulated. A court regulates a disputed border with a non-litigious civil procedure governed by the Law of Property Code. It is mandatory that an expert for geodetics participates in the procedure; moreover, the court regulates the boundary on the basis of criteria set by the Law of Property Code. The primary criterion is that of the stronger right and is presumed according to the boundary regulated by the land registry. The presumption is rebuttable. If the court cannot regulate the boundary according to the stronger right criterion, it is then regulated by last peaceful possession. If even that is not possible, it is regulated by fair assessment. When the value of the disputed boundary exceeds 4.000 EUR and the proposer and the person against whom the proposer submitted the claim do not agree that the boundary should be regulated according to the stronger right criterion in a non-litigious civil procedure, their right can be exercised in a civil procedure within a specific period. The Geodetic Administration records the boundary as fixed on the basis of a final judgement or a court settlement.