Looking for input. I have a shared property line fence between my acreage and my neighbor's acreage to the North. None of our shared property line fence has been maintained for years. My neighbor recently rented out the East 1/2 of his property for a cattle pasture. The renter stopped by my place a month and a half back and asked me when I was going to be fixing my fence, because he was going to be placing calves in there within a week. I wasn't aware of the law that states that neighbors facing each other at the center of their property line are responsible for their 1/2 of the fence for everything to their right hand side of the property, so I looked it up and reviewed it. To be a good neighbor, I re-built and fixed my 1/2 of our fence within a week of the original request, (100% of 5 strands of barbed wire and 99% woven wire as well). The law states that a written request is required and I have 30 days to comply. Also, I am to construct my 1/2 of the fence up to spec of the law, to similarly match the condition of my neighbor's 1/2 of the fence. Like I said, the entire fence hadn't been maintained in years and my neighbors 1/2 is still completely dilapidated. The renter texted me yesterday claiming that deer must have broken my fence because it's broken in a few places and his cattle are getting out. What are my lawful responsibilities to fix my 1/2 of the fence? Written request required? What time-frame do I have to fix it? Am I even required to make repairs if my neighbors 1/2 is much worse than mine? Thanks in advance, Obsessed. I've got a ton of stuff I'm trying to get done this summer and maintaining a livestock fence for someone else's livestock, that was probably damaged by THEIR LIVESTOCK, is NOT at the top of my priority list.