Which Side of the Fence Is Mine?

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The side of the fence that belongs to you is determined by the boundary map of the conveyer and should be clearly stipulated in the conveyance or the transfer deed. The person whose house falls on the T mark is responsible for the fence on the T side.
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The side of fence that is yours is the one which bears your house or your property. The opposite side will be you neighbour's side based on where your land reaches. In most cases people are not to cross to their neighbour's side without the permission from them.
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There's always someone who says it's the left-hand one. That's quite wrong. It may be where they live, but that doesn't apply to everywhere. If it can be identified as being on someone's
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Not sure exactly what you are asking: Firstly there is no general obligation to have a boundary fence at all - the obligation is upon each land owner to prevent their own 'problems'
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1. Determine where you will place your fence. The flatter the terrain, the easier your project will be. Mark each corner with a stake. 2. Insert additional stakes between the corners
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Actually both! The Inside is yours the outside is your neighbor's.
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