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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    I think if the fence is a hazard, then it needs to come down. Just think about how you're going to deal with the little darlings that will now be coming over onto your property.
    A pitbull on a very secured chain will help




    If one comes over and hurts themself on your property who is responsible

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    Is the fence on your property or is there some kind of easement agreement? I know sometimes it's better to live in peace than to be in the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Is the fence on your property or is there some kind of easement agreement? I know sometimes it's better to live in peace than to be in the right.

    Romans 12:17-21

    ...If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men....







    This I say therefore, and testify in the Lord, that ye henceforth walk not as other Gentiles walk, in the vanity (futility) of their mind, having the understanding darkened...
    (Ephesians 4:17-18)

    Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly...
    (Psalm 1)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeemed View Post
    And this is California, so there really isn't anything I can do except remove it. And remove any liability that can come from the damaged fencing. It's sad that my neighbor doesn't want something nicer or something that will stand the test of time, as there are ways to provide privacy outside of wood fencing, but it's fine. Frustrating, but fine.

    A project in the making for Sure. Should only take me an hour or two to knock it down. The posts will be the hardest part.
    Take a lot of photos and close-ups of the problem areas of the fence before you take it down.

    Who knows, maybe after while when the fence is down the neighbor will reconsider putting up on a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    A pitbull on a very secured chain will help




    If one comes over and hurts themself on your property who is responsible
    Well if those kids are coming onto my property, I would think there is little to zero supervision. As for who would be responsible, I don't have much to worry about that. I have concrete and grass. Nothing else in my front yard. NO trees, bushes, or pretty flowers....it's pretty bare in my front yard, just mighty pricey grass. haha

    I just don't want rusty nails, and infections, etc., to happen because I failed to be a responsible home owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Is the fence on your property or is there some kind of easement agreement? I know sometimes it's better to live in peace than to be in the right.
    Not that I know of. And I had a falling out with them some time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Take a lot of photos and close-ups of the problem areas of the fence before you take it down.

    Who knows, maybe after while when the fence is down the neighbor will reconsider putting up on a new one.
    I will thank you! :)

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