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I am not in dispute at present with my neighbour,

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Dear Sir, I am not in dispute at present with my neighbour, but fir trees between my garden and his are coming down and the border is his responsibility to maintain. When he erects a wooden fence, should this fence be located on his side of the boundary, actually on the boundary or indeed in my property? Thank you.
Unless the fence is agreed then strictly speaking if it is his fence then it should be on his property. Clearly if matters are agreed then the fence would go along the line of the boundary. I hope this helps. Please remember to rate.
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