(C) the first Contracting Party and the second Contracting Party intend to establish a fence between their respective lands; Seek legal advice when considering entering into a border agreement. 4. The parties agree to participate from time to time in equal shares in the costs of closing, maintaining, maintaining and repairing the fence. In order to avoid conflicts in this regard, the parties agree to pay 50% of the share of the construction of fences to the approved contractor before the completion of the work, in order to ensure that no remaining or other costs are related to the initial construction project. According to the Fences Act 1975 s 6, you must wait thirty days after notification to see if your neighbour sends a cross-message [cf. Fences Act 1975 (SA) Form 3] in which he objects and if he makes counter-proposals (i.e. what he wants to do with the fence).