A fence around your property can serve a range of purposes: marking your property line, keeping trespassers out, and/or providing privacy for your family.
However, a fence can also be the source of a potential dispute with your neighbors. With that in mind, making sure that your fence does not violate property laws or local restrictions can help prevent potential legal problems down the road.
How do you go about making sure your fence is in compliance with the law? Here’s what you can do:
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