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?
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 to 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).
The property of solids in which they enlarge when warmed is thermal expansion. The opposite, shrinking when cooled, is thermal contraction. This property greatly effects how bridges, sidewalks, and concrete roads are made. They all have "expansion gaps," gaps between sections that allow the sections to expand in the heat of summer. Without those, the concrete would break and the bridges would warp and bend.
Do I have to pay rent if my landlord asked me to move out because the property was sold to someone who wants to live on the property?
The toll is counted by sections (more information about the sections can be found in the link below). For a small vehicle (up to 4 tons): 3 sections or less: 18.20 Shekels. 4 sections: 22.03 Shekels. 5 sections or more: 25.85 Shekels. For a motorcycle: 3 sections or less: 12.46 Shekels. 4 sections: 14.38 Shekels. 5 sections or more: 16.30 Shekels. For a big vehicle (more than 4 tons): 3 sections or less: 41.14 Shekels…