fencing dispute

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I own a home in a subdivision in Arapahoe county. I would like to extend an existing fence toward the front of the property and raise it to 6ft. I discussed it with the neighbor who said no. I offered to pay for the entire fence rebuild. There are no HOA covenants or county laws that prevent the changes that I can find. Do I have any recourse? can I build a second fence inside the existing fence and extend this to fence on my property (inside my property line but close to it) to fence more of my side yard?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on May 18, 2020 10:26 am
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Generally, you do not need your neighbor's approval to build on your property. As such, your idea of building inside the property line on your property is likely a good idea.
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Answered on May 18, 2020 12:32 pm