If the fence is on the legal, surveyed property line, then the line is official immediately.
If the fence is not on the legal, surveyed property line, your state's doctrine of mutual acquiescence will determine if and when the fence will become the line. A real estate attorney in your area will be able to tell if you have a legitimate mutual acquiescence claim.
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.
yes you can but you have to be careful where the foundation wall sits. And the thickness of the footing has to be doubled and the projection cannot be on the other property.
First of all, definite ownership needs to be established. There needs to be someone who can locate the pins in the property and declare the exact property line. This can be a surveyor also. If you have built on their lot or they have built on yours, you can get the county government involved to make someone move it off your property.
If you are planning to take land from the golf course by adverse possession you may need to start counting from the time you install the fence. Sneaking over by three feet with your lawnmower may not meet the requirement of actual, open, visable, hostile and notorious use. You should seek the advice of an attorney.
That depends on the shape of the lot. But, assuming the lot is a perfect square, you would need 10,560 feet (two miles) of fence to surround it.
It depends. If the parking lot is private property, normal traffic laws are not enforceable, so, legally, you can do whatever you want. If the parking lot is public property, then traffic laws apply, and you should obey them. That said, a solid white line is NOT a restriction under normal traffic laws; rather it is an advisory indicator. So, crossing a solid white line is technically legal even on public property.
That depends on the shape of the lot. But, if the lot was a perfect square, you would need 2,891.98 feet of fence to surround it.
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Facing the front of a house - the home owner owns the fence on the right-hand side. If it's a corner lot and no houses are on his left, he also owns that side, too.