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29-319. Making partition fence hog-tight. Whenever any owner of land enclosed in part by a partition fence desires to make hog-tight any part of the fence enclosing his premises, constructed or maintained by the owner of the adjoining land, he may attach to such partition fence, in a secure and workmanlike manner, woven wire at least two feet in height, so as to prevent hogs from getting through such fence.

History: L. 1905, ch. 264, ยง 1; June 8; R.S. 1923, 29-319.

CASE ANNOTATIONS

1. Fence law creates liability without proof of fault for damages to one's land protected by legal fence. Walborn v. Stockman, 10 K.A.2d 597, 602, 706 P.2d 465 (1985).


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