This is my first message so I'm sorry if I ahve not doen it all correctly but we really need some help! In 1967 my parents bought 6 acres from my grandparents. At that time it was surveyed and the deed recorded w no problems. In 1987, my husband and I bought an acre off of that parecel from my parents and again it was properly surveyed,etc. In 2000, my grandfather sold the remainder of his land to a local farmer who had been renting the fields fro farming. This Spring we started building a new house, we had a mbile home on our property, right from the start the farmer started complaining..when we dug out fro the basement some of the dirt was placed on his land next to us..on the side he has never plowed or used and he sent us a registered letter stating we had 10 days to remove it from hs property. He often sits on the road beside us and tells us we cannot step on his land,etc. We had to have our trusses delivered and since the big truck could not come into our driveway they parked along the road and we had to hand walk them across the end of his field where he does not plow and it was frozen besides BUT he was rigth there yelling at us as to why we do not listen and continue to get on his land. Now they recently had both my parents and our land surveyed and now they say we are on his ground - both of us and our house porch has a section of the porch about 12 inch square on his land. he has erected a fence across the property on the house side and attached it to the porch. When we look at our survey it does not show our property being in such an angle as this recent survey. My question is this can we take down his fence?? We do not believe that thefence is the true boundary but that he is over on our property. We have never moved the survey pins although the surveyor now says they had to have been. What recourse do we have? Alos, a portion of our house is within 10 feet of his property is ther law saying we have to tear it down? He has sent the state police to our home several times but they say it is a civil matter and nothing is done.