When I was practicing real estate law in Sequim I periodically saw clients with a fence line problem. In a rural area like this with some old barbed wire fences from 1947 on boundary lines, you might expect some of those old fences would not be precisely on a surveyed boundary line. Depending on your neighbor, this kind of dispute can be serious or extremely serious. I’ve negotiated amicable resolutions, and I’ve had to litigate fence line disputes and boundary disputes, so I know this issue well. This podcasts is the tip of the iceberg on this subject, but it will help you to be aware of the issues involved.
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