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Question DetailsAsked on 12/7/2016

My neighbor has thrown a tarp over her privacy fence that freely hangs. I don't want to look at it. What can I do

it flaps in the wind, looks bad, she is doing it on purpose. She owns 3inches of property past her fence on my side which she had thought was a foot and half. We both have no trespass issued to each other so there is no way of communication with her.

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Moving on to the Hatfields and McCoys here ...


If it flaps into your yard, I guess you could call the police and file a trespassing complaint - sure to escalate your dispute of course, and the next thing might be 10 foot tall pink falmingos in her yard or house-encompassing mauve and puce lighting, so be careful to pick your battles. Ditto about filing a complaint if it makes objectionable noise when flapping,


There might also be an ordinance in your area about the classic blue tarps or such - some areas do have them, prohibiting long-term use of exposure in yards.


Obviously, before calling the police or planning and zoning enforcement, the logical thing would be a nicely phrased note to her asking her to remove it - could be she just hung it out there to dry and forgot about it.


When you say there is a "no trespass" issued to each other - if you actually mean a restraining order, then you could probably go back to court claiming violation of that order - but of course that is in and of itself a further excalation of the neighborhood conflict.


Otherwise, a public nuisance complaint to the appropriate (probably planning and zoning) agency might be fileable.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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