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I have a water drainage easement which is a total of 15'. My

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Hi I have a water drainage easement which is a total of 15'. My neighbor has 7.5' on his side of the property and I have 7.5' on my side of the property. Currently there is a 4' chain link fence dividing the property lines which I have learned belongs to the neighbor. I would like to place a 6' pvc fence to replace the chain link fence. The town states they cannot approve a permit for the fence because it's a water drainage easement. I felt I was just upgrading the existing fence. Would it be possible to install a fence with spikes instead of using poured concrete for the post. Is it possible to fight the easement rules so I can maintain privacy for my property line?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  socrateaser replied 1 year ago.

Hello,

Who owns the easement?

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