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thank you for your answer, but my lawyer said, i could not relocatd the fence if the case go to the court. because if i move the fence the neighbor could not drive his car through.
sorry, i don't quite understand what does"Is there a right of way next to the fence?" mean.
neighbor's drive way is by the fence, it is why the neighbor does not allow me to move the fence.
but my lawyer said anything could happen if the case go to the court. could you give advise what i do. my neighbor has no registered easement and the report shows the fence is not in the boundary.
my neighbor does want to pay anything, and he is really rough, and he want to go the court. my lawyer said the cost of lawyer really expensive and it is not 100% win the case and it is take long time. i don't know what i do.
my neighbor does not to pay anything.
could you give suggestion, should i go to the court
hello still here?
my neighbor does not want to pay anything, and he is really rough, and he want to go the court. my lawyer said the cost of lawyer really expensive and it is not 100% win the case and it is take long time. i don't know what i do.
how many percent i can win the case? i pay 2/3 of costs of what? court fee or lawyer fee
you give me a lot of help, thank you very much.
Do you know any professional lawyer about this case in christchurch? thanx
i have asked my lawyer about the cost. my lawyer said i can not claim my neighbor pay 2/3 of lawyer fee if i win the case.
is that possible if i go to tribunals. so that is much easy and low cost.
so what is your suggestion?
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