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To start with, you need to check both both property title deeds to see exactly who is responsible for the boundary fence.
Then, if that is you, there is still nothing to stop the neighbour putting up their own boundary fence slightly inside on their own property.
if the fence has been put up on your land, they are not allowed to do that, but it still would be there fence. You cannot take it down without a court order.
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