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NEIGHBOR ENCROACHMENT ON OUR PROPERTY IN WA.

WE ARE HAVING A SURVEY DONE. CAN WE REMOVEF THEIR FENCE

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In canada no not sure there if you can do the survey without doing that be best for both parties besides if they are on your property they will have to remove it

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