Re: Bought a House with a Fence That Goes Off My Property
If the lot line adjustment was properly executed and recorded, you probably have no recourse. If there is some reason that the fence builder should have been aware of the line adjustment, then you may have some recourse there, but I suspect that's unlikely. If fence builders find what appear to be the property corner monuments, there are no other monuments in the immediate vicinity that would cause questions as to whether they are valid, and the landowners do not inform the the fence builder any different, then they have generally met the level of care expected of them.
Fortunately it's only a fence and only 30' rather than a concrete patio, a driveway, or a building. Although thte cost is unexpected, moving 30' of fence is far less expensive than most other possibilities.
I'm a surveyor, not your surveyor & not an attorney.
Advice is general survey, not legal. Hire a local professional for specific advice.