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Thanks for your question. I am a solicitor in Scotland and can help you with your question today. As I understand your narrative you replaced the boundary fence but your neighbour has constructed his own fence within his own boundary?
If he bought the house he will have a plan of his plot. I assume the plan will not show the boundary at an angle. His title may not be registered depending on how long ago he bought the house but if you want I can try to look for it in the Land Register to which I have direct access. You would need to let me have the address of his house.
Here is the title plan showing the boundary between the two properties.
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No he isn’t entitled to interfere with the boundary between the two properties.