Where there is a specific duty to fence, breach of that duty may give rise to a claim for damages1 or possibly for specific performance2 or an injunction3 at the suit of the person to whom that duty is owed4. Liability for the breach may also extend to consequential damage. Thus a person under an obligation to fence for the benefit of the adjoining owner who fails to do so may be liable if the animals of the adjoining owner5, lawfully on the adjoining land6, stray onto his land and are there injured7. However, what constitutes a fence is
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