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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Just to be clear its being affixed to your fence, Ie your property?
potentilly you could be liable for your neighbours costs as you have given permission and changed your mind.
But nothing can be affixed or drilled to anything in your land, including the fence or posts without your permission.
In short if you have permission but it was not indicated that would include drilling, the you can revoke permission on that basis.
But in short the neighbour can't do anything or damage or your Property without permission.
Can I clairfy anything for you about this today please?
Well you need to ask your neighbour to do that. You can't remove anything he has attached, he has to.
You would be entitled to replace the fence in future but then you would be responsible for that work and costs. That's because you wanted to change your mind, not your neighbour.
Can I clairfy anything for you about this?
Sorry I was in meeting. If you take the fence down etc then you would be liable for removing the neighbour woodwork etc yes.
If you hadnt changed your mind then you wouldnt be liable for your neighbours costs, but as you have, you will be
Does that clarify? Alex
You have given a negative rating despite me giving you the legal answer and clarifying the situation for you, this affects my standing on the site.
What else do you want to know? Alex