My neighbour has replaced my fence on my boundary line. - Despite warnings from me she cannot legally do this.I was going to repair the fence anyway as it is quite old. This neighbour has a large aggressive validation dark This neighbour has a large aggressive Alsatian dog who broke through our fence recently.It is obvious to me that I should not be providing a new fence just to stop the dog coming into my garden.Surely my neighbours is responsible for the behaviour of her dog - in fact I believe that I do not need to provide a fence at all on my boundary line.My questions are - if I accept that fence that she has paid for and installed - will I lose my legal right to the boundary and fence.Alternatively if I pay her for the fence and her installation work on the fence - do I need to get her to sign a form to say that she has no legal right for the boundary and fence. If I suggest her that must now remove the fence as it is illegal - can I suggest that builds her own fence on her own property - in which case one is illegal distance have fence has to be from my boundary line.I have other questions concerning her dog that is continually barking whenever it is in the garden and also in her house at night - such that we can hear her dog barking through our party walls.I'm considering going to the local council to import the dog for continuous loud barking at all hours.Also as is coming to our garden recently by breaking to the friends it is a frightening to us and an obvious danger.I may have further questions on these two serious problems caused by my neighbour who lives in the adjoining semi-detached property.
HiThank you for your question and welcome to Just Answer. I will try to help with this. Please RATE my answer OK SERVICE or above.How do you propose that the dog is to be kept out of your garden if you do not have a fence?
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