Re: Neighbor Leaning Stuff on My Fence
Of course we are not talking about a fence problem, but a neighbor problem.
Your survey, to be ordered, is the only correct first step in addressing the issue. As an Ohio Licensed Surveyor (fully retired) I would highly recommend that you inform prospective surveyors of the existing neighbor problem and find one who is comfortable with the situation and able to see it out (more to come).
Surveyors need to be forewarned about combative neighbors, and we have ways of dealing with them in advance.
A neighbor's tree falling on your property is an Act of G-d in Ohio and is your homeowner's insurance company's problem, unless the tree was obviously already seen as an imminent danger of falling, and the neighbor informed.
Get the survey done first, as no further steps can really be considered prior to that. If it proves that your fence is well on your property, my advice would be to contact a local attorney for advice in dealing with this neighbor. There are likely a variety of remedies available to you.
Those who do not have a pot to urinate in are unfortunately more likely to resort to some very stupid act in order to make a point.
Resistance is not futile; it is voltage divided by current.