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It could be a public safety statute or just part of the applicable building code or life safety code.

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Q: Is there a law requiring the owner to fence in a swimming pool in Mississippi?
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Is there a law requiring the owner to fence in a swimming pool in Washington?

YES!!!!!!!!


Is there a law requiring the owner to fence in a dog in Mississippi?

Mississippi does not have a law requiring dog owners to have a fence. However, you cannot let your dog out into an unfenced yard. Your dog must be under your control at all times. You will have to take your dog out on a leash if you do not have a fenced in yard.


Is there a law requiring the owner to fence a swimming pool in California?

Absolutely. Be prepared to pay out big bucks if someone gets hurt or drowns in your pool. You can not get city, county sign off without a fence unless the project is an illegal one.


Is there a law requiring the owner to fence in a swimming pool in Georgia?

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Who is responsible for fixing a fence?

The owner of the fence or the owner of the property on which it stands.


Can a new owner tear down privacy fence?

If the fence is on their property and is not subject to any agreement in writing, recorded in the land records, requiring it to remain a permanent fixture- yes.If the fence is on their property and is not subject to any agreement in writing, recorded in the land records, requiring it to remain a permanent fixture- yes.If the fence is on their property and is not subject to any agreement in writing, recorded in the land records, requiring it to remain a permanent fixture- yes.If the fence is on their property and is not subject to any agreement in writing, recorded in the land records, requiring it to remain a permanent fixture- yes.


If there is a exclusive easement can the non property owner put up a fence?

If the easement is exclusive, then the non property owner can put up a fence. However, it can only be done with the permission of the property owner.


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If you "put up" the fence, one might presume that you purchased the materials and provided the labor, making it "your" fence, even though it may be located on land owned by someone else. Under this theory you did not "give" them the fence; rather they "permitted" you to occupy part of their property with your fence. The fence did not get sold with the property, as it was not theirs to sell. You may reclaim your fence by asking permission to enter the property and remove your personal property; the fence. If the new owners do not permit you access, you can obtain permission from the court to enter the property to remove your fence, or obtain an order for the landowner to remove you fence and return it to you at your cost. It would help to have an affidavit from the previous owner that states it is your fence. If the previous owner disagrees, or the new owner claims the fence is now his, then you can sue the previous owner and new owner, jointly and severally, for the value of your fence that they have "converted" to their own personal use, or sue in replevin to obtain the return of your property. This will be a fine welcome to the neighborhood for the new owners!


Who pays for fence when damaged by neighbors trees during thunderstorm?

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