I split the cost of a fence with my old neighbor. A new neighbor has moved in and is wanting to remove the fence. The fence is entirely on their property. Can they legally do this?
Marton Leone - Sacramento, CA
Yep, the fence is on their property and they can do with it what they like. You might have just built a blobfish of a fence and it’s an eyesore on his side of the property. You might just suck at fence building and didn’t know it.
Here’s what I would do. Show up with a 12 pack of beer, a bottle of decent scotch, some takeout from a local grubhub and have a discussion man to man about this fence issue. He might have legit reasons for wanting to change it.
Shoot. If he wants to pay for a new fence every year at least tell him to make sure the workers who are building it for him are smoking hot so you can gawk at them while sitting on your property in your thong drinking heavily and heckling them about their work.
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