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I am sorry to hear what has been transferring between you and your neighbour. If she has encroached unto your side of the boundary line there is really no option but to have her either remove it amicably or alternative seek an order from the court directing her to do so.
The first option would be to see whether this could be done amicably, you may achieve this by using an independent mediator to speak to you both.
If after having tried the mediator things are not resolved then you would need to seek an injunction from the court directing your neighbour to remove the boundary fence that encroaches on your line. In matter such as these you may find it better to instruct a solicitor with respect to seeking an injunction.
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