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suggest that you talk with a lawyer conversant on property law
I suspect that you could win and have the wall moved over but the problem is the length of time and the fact that you didn't survey before buying could work against you
that is why you need to talk with a lawyer
There's no law that says you have to get your home surveyed but it's a sensible thing to do and not just for prospective buyers.
If you're about to commit a huge chunk of money to buying a property, you want to be sure that the foundations are sound. Without a proper survey, you won't know if there's any structural damage, or whether it was built with the right regulations. Ultimately you want to make sure that you get what you paid for.
If you get a survey done that gives an honest picture of the condition of your property, you can give it to your real estate agent and increase the chances of a quick sell because most buyers will require a survey be done before they complete. (Although be aware that buyers might still prefer to do their own independent surveys in addition to yours).
If you have a land dispute with your neighbor over a possible encroachment issue, you can get a survey done. This will provide certified proof of land zones etc.
There are many good reasons for getting a survey done on your property. It's almost like an insurance policy against potential future problems. Your new home might look great on the outside but for all your know, needs thousands of dollars of work done to it.
It pays to be prepared.
call the police!!!!! he cannot do that!! if the dogs come after anyone when he sicks them on them,shoot the dogs!!!!if he comes on your yard,shoot him,call the police and any sons or grandsons or male relatives.
Any part of the tree that comes over to your side over the fence can be chopped by you from your side of the property. But I don't think you can put cut branches on the neighbour's property without their permission. Best thing is to have a nice conversation over a few beers and sort it out.
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Truly, if you have reported everything accurately, you have done an admiral job of trying to rationally and generously deal with a difficult problem. Take all of your documentation that you have, including the receipts for the letters you sent. Hopefully you have copies of the letters you sent the landlord, if not, then resend similar letters and keep copies, making sure you get the signed receipts, then TAKE ALL THIS TO A SMALL CLAIMS COURT and ask the clerk what form/s you should fill out to take this person to court. The court will hear your case and look at the evidence you present. It seems that you have a very good case to obtain a court order, enforced by police, for the landlord to co-operate with you. Before you do anything, make sure you have copies of the letters you sent to the landlord explaining your position and what you are willing to do to resolve the problems. When you have that in your possession, AND ONLY THEN, and he doesn't reply, send him another registered letter that requires his signature, informing him that you have no choice except to bring him into court. MAKE SURE YOU MAKE A COPY OF THAT LETTER TOO. THAT may be enough to get him to co-operate with you. If not, take him to court.....you should win, if justice and integrity prevail.
Have you tried talking with the neighbors?
You could get a local welder to tack something to the bottom of that gate so it won't have room for them to crawl under, if that will not impede its swing. Should be quick and simple, for the right person.
There is a product sold at pet stores that prevents dogs from licking their wounds and so forth, that could be sprayed in areas where they dig or intrude into your property. It is apparantly offensive to dogs. The one we use has rosemary in it. (Maybe you could get a big bag of rosemary and boil it and spray it with a pump sprayer along your property line.)
It's a little unorthodox, but when I used to live in the country, I would mark my territory by going out in the evening and peeing around the edges of the yard, on protruding bushes and so forth. We had no fences at all. And while this may seem like stooping to their level, it sends an unmistakable message to the other dogs that your yard is not their territory. They may still argue the point, but if you are consistent they will get the message.
Seems like the barbed wire might be a cause of future conflict, in the event that someone or some pet were injured.
You might also google "dog territory" and read a bit. You have to communicate to them to get them to stop. There's a story about a guy whose feet were tender from walking on the hot sand and sharp rocks, and had an idea to cover the whole earth with leather.
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Property fencing laws are handled by the your local council. The council has laws governing the heights and material type to be errected.
I would suggest you contact your local council for advise and course of action.
it is hard to dig the holes for the tubes in just the right place. what i do is install sonotubes first so it is easier to measure the centers of the posts for the fence. iI would use a 14 inch sonotube put the post in and pour the cement. need more help try to talk to me direct, I'm new at this.