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easement and fencing act Vic
Topic: easement and fencing act Vic
Posted: 18/March/2016 at 11:54
I have rights to an easement/carriageway that is on the plan of subdivision.
Currently there is a dividing fence between my property and the carriageway.
I wish to have access to my carriageway by putting a gate into the fence.
Q) Does the Fencing Act apply to a carriageway/easement?
I would like to know if I have to give the 30 days notice to the adjoining neighbour.
Thanks in advance,
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