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I own the boundary to the left side of my garden. I had

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I own the boundary to the left side of my garden. I had installed one section of new fence, fair face to neighbours' side, just after I moved here some 18 years ago. I now wish to install new fence to the remainder of my boundary where there is just concrete posts and wire. Unfortunately I cannot do this as the new neighbour - I say new but they have been there about 15 years, has installed two sheds and one large cabin, all three of which abut my boundary such that installation of similar fencing and maintenance of any fence or trellis, whatever I can get in there, will be impossible. Likewise they will not be able to maintain the back of their three buildings. Do I have any rights? I have tried to speak to them about this but to say they are increasingly hostile is an understatement.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  James Mather replied 5 years ago.
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