If notice is required under the PDI Act, the prescribed notice must tell the neighbours what work is to be done on the neighbours' land, when it will commence and when it is expected to end. The notice must be given at least 20 days before the work commences.
When your home is your castle, it’s natural to be territorial if someone tries to claim a slice of land from your kingdom as rightfully theirs. This is your classic boundary fence dispute, and it often creates bad blood between neighbours. So how do you solve a fence dispute? TGB Senior Lawyer Giles Kahl explains.