Our new neighbor sent large Tongans on our property to tear out a chain link fence, steal an existing privacy cedar fence, tear out the vines growing up our garage wall, throw 100's of cubic feet of dirt across the property line against our cedar fence and length of our garage, and tried to steal 3' x 104' of our lot. I kept my cool until the Tongans left, and called SLC Building Services and politely requested an inspector come and access the situation. The new neighbor was ordered to get a survey, retain his soil from crossing the property line, as well as the water from his sprinklers over spray that flood our garage, etc. The weekend rush job survey, new privacy fence and retaining wall ended up costing the new neighbor thousands of dollars, and ended up ruining our relationship. The SLC Police Department posted "No Trespassing" signs along the property line facing his house, The new neighbor couldn't even change out a door knob when he first moved in, but SLC allowed him to build a cedar fence. Although his fence has three rails, he only used one or two screws to attach a slat. When the wind blows, the neighbors new fence sounds like a percussion instrument.
The cedar fence/cinder block configuration is my fence, and an original design.