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" Fence running into the water is necessary to be made, the same shall be made in equal parts, unless by the parties otherwise agreed ; and in case either party shall refuse or neglect to make or maintain the share to such party belonging, similar proceedings... "
The Municipal Manual for Upper Canada - Page 438
by Hugh Scobie - 1855 - 478 pages
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A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts, Volume 2, Part 1

Massachusetts, William Charles White - Law - 1810
...interest, one fier cent, per month, until judgment shall be rendered therefor. So when a water fence, or fence running into the water, is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal halves, unless by the parties otherwise agreed : and in case either party shall refuse...
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The Town Officer's Guide, Containing a Compilation of the General Laws of ...

John Bacon - Electronic books - 1825 - 396 pages
...costs and charges, and to be recovered in like manner. 9. fVatfr Fences. Sec. 7. When a water fence, or fence running into the water is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal halves, unless by the parties .otherwise agreed ; and in case either party shall refuse...
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The Provincial Statutes of Canada

Canada - Law - 1845
...occupying the lands adjoining the same, refuse, after demand made in writing by the person or persons purposing to remove part of any Line Fence, to pay...That when a Water Fence or a Fence running into the Provision a> to water is necessa»y to be made, the same shall be made in equal parts, unless by WaterFen«»the...
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The Town Officer: A Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts in Relation to the ...

Benjamin Franklin Thomas - Forms (Law) - 1849 - 390 pages
...subject to the same costs and charges to be recovered in like manner. Ib. 19. When a water fence, or fence running into the water, is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal shares, unless otherwise agreed by the parties; and, in case either party shall refuse...
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Thomas' Town Officer: A Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts in Relation to ...

Benjamin Franklin Thomas - Forms (Law) - 1856 - 486 pages
...subject to the same costs and charges to be recovered in like manner. Ib. . 19. When a water fence, or fence running into the water, is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal shares, unless otherwise agreed by the parties ; and, in case either party shall refuse...
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The Compiled Laws of the State of Michigan: Published by Authority, Volume 1

Michigan - 1857
...Fence Viewer shall be taken from each township. tato"lte™nn!ng (620.) SEC. 16. Where a partition fence running into the water is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal shares, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, and in c&se either party shall refuse...
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Public and Local Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, Volume 1

Michigan - 1857
...partly in another, a Fence Viewer shall be taken from each township. (620.) SEC- 1G- Where a partition fence running into the water is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal shares, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, and in case either party shall refuse...
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The New Municipal Manual for Upper Canada: Containing Notes of Decided Cases ...

Robert Alexander Harrison - Law reports, digests, etc. Ontario - 1859 - 784 pages
...occupying the lands adjoining the same, refuse, after demand made in writing by the person or persons purposing to remove part of any Line Fence, to pay...twelve months previously to the removal of the same. 1O.— kAnd be it, <te., That when a Water Fence or a Fence running into the water is necessary to...
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The General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume 1

Massachusetts - Law - 1860 - 1126 pages
...partly in another, a fence viewer shall be taken from each place. SECT. 15. When a water fence, or fence running into the water, is necessary to be made, the same shall be done in equal shares unless otherwise agreed by the parties ; and in case either party refuses or neglects...
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The Magistrates' Manual: Being a Compilation of the Law Relating to the ...

John McNab (Barrister-at-law.) - Courts - 1865 - 658 pages
...other occupier or proprietor, a just proportion of the value thereof." (7i. s. 4.) WATER FENCES. — " When a water fence, or a fence running into the water, is necessary, the same is also to be made in equal parts, unless the parties otherwise agree." (75. s. 5.) DITCHES...
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