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Comcast cable not on easement

If the neighborhood comcast cable, which runs through a neighbors property is not on an easement, can that neighbor intentionally cut through the cable (which is now in heavy duty conduit) so that he can put up a fence?

ie. Is comcast required to run their cables through easements?

 

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Re: Comcast cable not on easement

It sounds like you should be making an 811 call before you start drilling fence posts to have the utilities properly marked and flagged.  I would advise against intentionally cutting any lines since you could be held liable for the damages (digging up a fiber optic line can run thousands to repair).  

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@concerned_user1 wrote:

If the neighborhood comcast cable, which runs through a neighbors property is not on an easement, can that neighbor intentionally cut through the cable (which is now in heavy duty conduit) so that he can put up a fence?

ie. Is comcast required to run their cables through easements?

 


How do you know it's not on an easement?  Cable lines often cross a property in order to get to a house, depending on where the house connection is.


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