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In answer to your questions, I do not see that you have a right to put up a new fence and claim the expense of that back. Not unless you both agreed that this is what you would do.
If your fence is damaged, then yes, there is an option open to you for seeking compensation.
This is on the basis that it's trespass to your property that causes damage, and you're entitled to claim for that.
Sorry, wall, if any damage caused to it, then it's something that the person causing the damage has to pay for to put right absent any award/court order to the contrary (or agreement to the contrary).
If the wall actually divides the properties though, it will be a party wall most likely.
This means, if you have works that need to be done to it, you should engage the party wall act procedure.
This is where a surveyor is appointed in the event of dispute with your neighbour who will say what needs to be done and who should pay for it.
You can find guidance on the PWA procedure here: https://www.gov.uk/party-wall-etc-act-1996-guidance
Yes, it should do.
The surveyor will most likely do this for you.
Most people aren't familiar with land registry workings etc., so they tend to do it all.
Yes, that's right, but to be honest, most surveyors of any description can deal with this type of thing!
They might do, yes, it depends on the scope of the policy you have, but it's worth asking them.
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