Call the police. Get the city officials to enforce the sign regulations (the car hood sign likely violates it). Debris along the property line is a violation of litter code.
Stand up for your rights. After he gets a few citations that he has to pay, he may change his approach.Ask a similar question
Libel is a difficult thing to prove, and truth is an absolute defense.
I would start out a call to the police. You may want to have a report done to document the harassment and see if there is anything that your neighbor is doing is illegal. By erecting a car hood/sign in his front yard, he may be in violation of local/town/state ordinances/laws. He may be required to remove the sign, and may be subject to fines.
If you think that what he is saying is libelous, you should contact a personal injury attorney in your area and get a free consultation. Laws vary by state, and only a qualified attorney can tell you if you have a case. Good luck.
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You haven't explained anything about the disagreement so it is not possible to determine if there is any libel or slander going on, but that can be hard to prove anyway. You should consider complaining to the local zoning board about any sign or the police or local prosecutor.You need to talk to a local attorney who deals with this kind of case. Call your local attorney's Bar Association and ask for a referral to an attorney near you who handles harrassment cases. But act quickly because for every legal right you have, there is only a limited amount of time to actually file a lawsuit in court or your rights expire (it's called the statute of limitations), so don't waste your time getting to an attorney and finding out what your rights are. If this answer was helpful, please give a thumbs up review below. Thanks. Ron Burdge, www.OhioConsumerLaw.comAsk a similar question
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