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If your neighbor and you have a common fence face-interchanging sides separated by a 4 inch wood between the sides is it legal to put a 3 inch high net over your fence on this 4 inch wood?
Depends on who owns the fence, i.e. whose property it is on or who bought it in the first place. Often one person installs a fence (maybe 3 owners ago) then allows the neighbor to install wood on their side of the owners fence. This wood is the owners wood but people do it cause it is cheaper than installing a second fence on their own property. If you own the fence (its on your property) then you can do whatever you want including tear it down. If it is on their property they can tell you what you can or can't do. The best thing is to go to the neighbor and actually talk with them about what you'd like to do.
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If your neighbor agreed you'd build a fence together-pay for it together-your husband would build it-and it veered to his property a few inches on 3 sections is there legal action he can pursue?
Answer A fence that isn't straight is considered to be poor workmanship. Many people get upset about poor workmanship and don't want to pay for it. You'll need t…o work out the details with your neighbor but don't be too surprised if he/she isn't happy about it. Is the agreement in writing? If not you are on very weak standing. Anything built on your neighbors property legal belongs to them, try to negotiate. I would not get confrontational with the neighbor, keep in mind that they could charge you for taking down the fence and keep the material! The rights of neighbors in this situation is discussed in a treatise called the Restatement (Second) of Torts Section 164 (1977).
If your neighboring is putting up a jagged fence and the nice side is facing his property, he can do this if the fence lies on his property. The neighbor can put up the fe…nce of his choice.
well if it there fence then idk even though its on ur side cuz its still theres so just ask then but if u don't have a tight bond or special connection or good buddies i think… theyd say no depending on ho they rso id ask
Can a neighbor remove our wire fence to put up a new cedar privacy fence even though our fence has been there over thirty years and even if the survey says our fence is 8 inches into their property?
Absolutely not! The property line is where the fence is due to the legal doctrines of adverse possession and mutual acquiescence. You need to see a real estate attorney in you…r area ASAP to prevent the fence from being removed and to assert your rights. Even if the fence has been removed, you can likely still get justice. The link below will give you a basic understanding of adverse possession, which will be supplemented by the advise of your attorney.
the answer would be 5. you would use the Pythagorean Theorum. a(squared)+b(squared)=c(squared) 3*3=9 4*4=16 9+16=25 then you would find the squ…are root of 25, which if 5 ;D
Generally no unless the piece will still remain within your property line, and even so a protruding piece of wood could be a hazard that you could be liable for. If it's a mat…ter of the fence no longer being stable, you are responsible for your fence and if you can't stabilize it from your side of the property, you have a choice to ask your neighbor if it would be ok to stabilize it from their side, or to have it fixed so it doesn't need support, or take it down. One of the best ways of getting it fixed without paying 100% is if your neighbor likes having a fence you can say you'll have to take it down...unless they're willing to assist you --- but beware winding owning the fence with your neighbor -- the whole point of a fence is usually to keep you and your neighbor at a "friendly" distance.
No, in this situation the two sides together are the same length as the third side which would be two lines lying one upon the next. Another guy's explanation (me) if you wa…nt a better answer: No. Why? I'll tell you why. Imagine a 4 inch line and another 4 inch line at a right angle to each other. The third side, 8 inches can only be the third side if it is touching the 4 inch and other 4 inch line. So.... 8 inches will be the same exact line as the 4+4 inch line, thus, 4 4 8 cannot be the lengths of a triangle. ANOTHER ANSWER: No they cannot form a triangle. Sum of the lengths of 2 sides must be greater the third. But 4+4=8 , but not greater than 8.
What is the total inches of a shape that has sides that measure 4 inches 7 inches 1 inch and 3 inches?
4+7+1+3 = 15 inches
That's a right, scalene triangle. 3 , 4 and 5 are called triplets where 'a'=3, 'b'=4 and 'c'=5
no fencing weapon has 4 sided blades.
Let us assume this poorly worded question is a math problem, let us further assume that the numbers are the width of the boards in a mixed width flooring installation. 3"+4"+5…"=12" so each 1" of board is 1/12th of the total. 1 divided by 12= .0833 or 8 1/3 % of the total so if you multiply 3X 8 1/3 you get 25% (and 3/12ths is 25% so this looks promising) 3"X 8 1/3%=25% 4"X 8 1/3%= 33.333% 5"X 8 1/3%= 41.667 add those up & we get 100% so the work is good & the proof is valid
There are infinite possible answers, but 9/10, 95/100, 8/10, 88/100, etc. are all possible answers.
a square buddy. what type of knucklehead asks this type of question?
32 inches squared