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Nebraska Statutes: 34-103

Chapter 34:


34-103. Division fence; erection by landowner; collection of one-half cost from adjoining owner; hog and sheep tight fences. Any landowner who shall erect a division fence may demand and collect by civil suit from such adjoining landowner one-half the reasonable value of such division fence. Any landowner putting in a hog and sheep tight fence, where the adjoining landowner does not desire to use or pay for such fence, may demand and receive from such adjoining landowner one-half the cost of a lawful wire fence as defined in section 34-115. If such adjoining landowner subsequently wishes to use his land abutting on said fence as a hog or sheep pasture he shall thereupon pay his half of the entire cost of the hog and sheep tight fence.

Source: R.S. 1866, c. 1, § 14, p. 8; R.S. 1913, § 2477; Laws 1915, c. 43, § 3, p. 120; Laws 1919, c. 94, § 3, p. 238; C.S. 1922, § 2419; C.S. 1929, § 34-103.