Re: Neighbor Put Up a Fence with Out Land Survey, Might Be on Our Property
until the survey has been performed, there is nothing you can actually do (at least accepting the fence conforms to any ordinances or rules in place). You might want to check any local ordinances or HOA rules (if applicable) to determine if they are required to put the "good side" of the fence facing you. Some localities do require a fence to be installed in such a way. You can also check for other rules/ordinances pertaining to height, material, and placement in regards to the property line or in respect to the placement of the house. Some areas restrict fences from being placed beyond the front of the house or reduce the allowed height in those area.
Was a proper permit obtained?
Once you have verified the legality of the installation itself, the only other thing to do is wait for the survey. If it otherwise meets code and it does not encroach upon your property, there is nothing to do but enjoy the fact you do not have to look at your neighbor where the fence blocks your view. If there is anything improper about the fence, if it involves the placement per the survey, send the neighbors notice to move the fence from your property. If it involves any ordinances or rules; report it to the proper authorities.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.