This is about a friend and not myself. The situation takes place in Alberta Canada.
A friend of mine moved into his new home and the next-door neighbor demanded he pay for half the fence (Which was already existing) that separated their property. My friend obviously declined such an obnoxious demand.
This caused somewhat of a feud between them which im my opinion certainly constitutes harassment, however the latest act was that the neighbor has reached over the fence to install a custom made "private property" sign that says:
"NO USE OF FENCE; no attaching, climbing, pushing, pulling, leaning or bouncing of objects. NOT A BOUNDARY LINE"
The neighbor did pay for the fence and it is (supposedly) on his property, but it feels questionably legal for him to be reaching into my friends property to post signs like this.
Is it legal?