Fence between neighbours

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Posted by: from Niagara Falls
5/23/2016 at 5:58:45 PM

When one neighbour wants a fence put up and the other does not, but the neighbour is putting it up anyway, whose side gets the flat side?

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Date/Time5/23/2016 at 7:09:27 PM

In Windsor the bylaw is the good side (flat side) go's to the neighbour and if you have a pool its law so no one can climb over it.

Thank you for the question. Hope this helps, have a good day.

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Date/Time5/23/2016 at 7:12:05 PM

And I forgot, your fence 6 inches on your side of property line thin its legally your fence.

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Steve from Proka in Montreal
Date/Time5/24/2016 at 8:04:18 AM

Not sure about your area.

Here in Montreal if you have no agreement with your neighbour you put on your side of property and you do what you want.

Check with city every town has there by laws.

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Date/Time5/24/2016 at 1:09:39 PM

Hello there,

If your neighbor is installing a fence at his cost then the flat side is normally facing out and is what everyone else will see, but I must mention do to the fact he is paying for it he could put it however he likes as long as he follows code for easement/property line and height.

I hope this answered your question!


Chantal Regimbald

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