Can I Build a Fence on My Property Line?

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You can build a fence on your property line granted by so doing your fence will not be encroaching on someone else's property. Your fence should also not obstruct the free passage of the public or access by the public to a public resource.
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1. Plot the fence line. Mark the desired fence line with powdered chalk. Keep the line as straight as possible. This is the guide for building the fence. 2. Dig the post holes with
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If there is an issue regarding the location of the property line between abutting property owners the first resources would be any recorded surveys of the properties and the deed
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The answer depends on your zoning. You can look up an LA property's zoning at this site (http://zimas.lacity.org/). The zoning ordinances are defined in the municipal code (http:/
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