My neighbour called me few months ago and said that she needs to remove the dividing fence between us because she is starting the building project on her block and she wants a new boundary fence eventually. After that, we have been communicating quite amicably by phone and e-mail and seemed to agree on the following points: - I said that I think the fence is good and proper and I have no need to change it, but she can go ahead provided she will pay for everything - I wrote to her saying that for my security I don’t want to be without any fence, so after removing the current fence there should be a temporary fence or a new one. My neighbor agreed verbally and in her e-mails to me. Four days after our initial phone conversation, I typed all these and sent it in a registered mail to the address advised by the local council. My mail was never picked up, even though I tried two more times, the second time to the initial address, and the third time to a different address obtained directly from my neighbor. By now the fence is removed and the temporary fence is up, but my neighbor e-mailed to me that she will only pay for few weeks of the fence renting even though she anticipates her building project will take longer. If I want the temporary fence for longer I must pay for it myself. I don’t think it is right. What are my rights under Property Law and what can I do to secure my property?