Neighbor has a large part of the road/utility easement fenced in as part of his yard. The easement was created when the property was divided into a neighborhood. He is the only property owner on the block who's fence is covering the easement. I asked him to move his fence and he is refusing.
Fence disputes tend to be toxic. Taking any action regarding the fence could subject you to civil and possibly criminal liability. You probably should have an attorney review the easement and other title documents, get a survey to definitively determine that the fence is interfering with the easement and have the attorney send a demand letter to the neighbor. What to do beyond that would depend on the response of your neighbor. If the easement is for the use of other neighbors also, you should enlist the others in your fight. It might get more traction and would help by dividing potential costs.
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