The neighbor has parked a vehicle on the grass with half the car over on my side. The hood is up and the engine is out and he is apparently fixing it in his garage. He has a few other cars parked on his property that are partially disassembled.
I recently had the survey done during the purchase and the surveyor sprayed painted the iron pin locations and one of them is right at a power pole. The survey shows the line is 25 feet from the exterior wall of my house, which is about 7 feet from the exterior wall of his house.
When I mentioned to my new neighbor that I am going to build a fence and whether he mind moving his disassembled vehicle out of the way he said yes no problem. Then later he came back and seemed upset and says he disagrees with where the property line is.
I showed him the spray painted iron pins. I showed him the power pole from the utility company, I showed him my survey and measured from my wall to the spray painted location - 25 feet. He disagrees. He says it should be half way between the two houses. I stated to hiim this is not the case as the property line is defined in the legal description and this is what the survey is going by, and that if he has a survey of his house he should be able to confirm this. He says he does not have a survey.
I said to him he is welcome to hire his own surveyor to check this. I also said when I build the fence, I will be getting a permit and the county will have to approve it and they will not approve it if the fence is on his side. He walked away angry and says he is not going to move the car.
Now I pissed off a new neighbor and have a mess in my hand.