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    After almost 20 years of taking care of the property up to my neighbors drive which was marked by railroad ties,and putting up a fence 8 years ago she said we have to take it down.
    She had a survey and claims it is 1.03 feet on her property and now she wants a privacy fence put up. Is there anything I can do?

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    Originally posted by muskiem5 View Post
    After almost 20 years of taking care of the property up to my neighbors drive which was marked by railroad ties,and putting up a fence 8 years ago she said we have to take it down.
    She had a survey and claims it is 1.03 feet on her property and now she wants a privacy fence put up. Is there anything I can do?
    Get your own survey. If the fence is on her property, then she can take it down.
    Please no private messages about your situation.

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      Even if we got a permit for the fence and we both thought it was my property? What about adverse possession can this be used?
      Thanks

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        The laws on adverse possession vary from state to state, and I don't think anyone who responds here is from Illinois. The best thing we can suggest is that you consult a local attorney.
        I am not able to respond to private messages. Thanks!

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