# What is the origin of the line good fences make good neighbors?

This is from Robert Frost's poem Mending Wall. I believe the line is original to him. The stress is on the word wall, as in cooking dinner.

### What is the law on connecting to your neighbors fence?

You have to have their permission to connect to their fence. Usually, fences are constructed inside of the lot line, so there is some importance to what they choose to allow. In the best case scenario, you would have shared the cost of the first fence and connection is not an issue. If they do not agree, then you can build up to your property line, without a permanent connector.

### Who owns the space in between 2 fences?

Somewhere in between the two spaces is the property line. You need to review the deeds for both properties, any recorded surveys and the assessors maps that show the properties. Regardless of the placement of fences the distances of property lines are generally given in feet. Forget about where the fences are placed and study the deed descriptions. If necessary, a registered surveyor can determine where the property line is and will mark it with…

### What is square root spiral?

Select any point in the plane as the origin. From the origin, draw a line of unit length. At its end draw a perpendicular line, also of unit length. This is the first line of the spiral. Join the end of this second line to the origin - this will be a line of length sqrt(2). At the end of this line draw a perpendicular line of unit length. This is the second line of…

### How do you tell if a fence is yours when it is on the property line?

First, you must discuss it with your abutter. You could also ask your other neighbors if they remember who installed it, or the person from whom you purchased the property. In many localities, fences may be constructed on the property line. Therefore, it may belong to either party but someone usually knows the answer. If you want to remove or replace the fence and your neighbor objects you may need to consult with an attorney…

### How close can neighboring fences be?

You will have to check the zoning codes for your community. Most have specifics about fences, when and where they can be built, what they can be made out of and how high they can be. You local community government web site will usually include a copy of their ordinances. In most cases you can put it on the property line.

### What is elliptical geometry and examples?

Elliptical geometry is like Euclidean geometry except that the "fifth postulate" is denied. Elliptical geometry postulates that no two lines are parallel. One example: define a point as any line through the origin. Define a line as any plane through the origin. In this system, the first four postulates of Euclidean geometry hold; through two points, there is exactly one line that contains them (i.e.: given two lines through the origin, there is one plane…

### What is the correct way to build a privacy fence and still be a good neighbor?

Sometimes a fence is the best thing to make good neighbors. I would start by finding the property pins and build at least 6 inches off the property line on your side. Use a string line to make sure its straight. I would give the neighbor the ugly side, or the side that shows the posts and verticals. The reason for this is, if you have to renail the wood, you can do it from…

### A plane in which a horizontal number line and a vertical number line intersect at their zero points?

### Can planting be placed right next to a neighbors fence?

If the plants are on your property they may be planted along your neighbors fence. However, climbing plants that will grow over the fence cannot be planted along your neighbors fence. Caveat: Make sure your neighbor has not installed the fence "inside" their property line so it lies a short distance FROM the property line. That is the practice in some areas and is required by the city ordinances in some areas. In that case…