What to do if my neighbor is digging up our fence to replace it with what I have no idea?

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What to do if my neighbor is digging up our fence to replace it with what I have no idea?

She is not receptive to any conversation. As a matter of fact all she does is run into her house and slam the door when I try to speak with her about what she is doing. She is digging along my property and has absolutely dug into my side of the property. She had a server come and mark the property lines which she has now removed (although I have photos of the markings as of the day they were here). I need her to stop what she is doing. She is starting to destroy my foundation to my garage.

Asked on December 12, 2012 under Real Estate Law, California

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Based upon what you have written about I suggest that you immediately consult with a real estate attorney as to what is going on between your neighbor and your property. It seems that she has damaged it warranting legal intervention into the matter.


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