1. Dear *****, here you can sue the tenant for the actual costs involved in fencing the remaining two-thirds of the land as it was a condition of the tenancy agreement that the tenant fence the land. As it was a contract term which has been breached you can sue for damages for breach of that terms. The law will allow you to do the work yourself and to send the bill to the tenant. The amount of the fencing costs will be recoverable as a liquidated debt from the tenant. Alternatively, if you don't want to do the work yourself, you can get an estimate for what the costs involved are and then sue the tenant for them. Either way, you will not be left out of pocket for the costs of fencing the remaining two-thirds of the land.
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