What is the name of your state? New York
When we decided to re-do our driveway cement, we found out that our neighbor's pavers crossed our property line by half a brick. My neighbor agree that my contractor can remove them. After removing pavers and laying down cement. The contractor did not put any cement under the pavers and there were gaps in the pavers that were removed and put back. The contractor also smear some cement on top of the pavers in the process of laying down cement for my driveway. He try to cleanup but did a bad job. Now, my neighbor wants their own contractor to fix the pavers. Am I liable for the cost of fixing my neighbor's pavers or the contractor should pay for it? I felt that since my neighbor's pavers cross my property, they should've pay for the paver removal in the first place. I do understand that the contractor was at fault for smearing cement on my neighbor's pavers. The contractor did indicated that after he removed the pavers that we will not even notice that it was touched and I informed him at least 3 times to make sure that he should left the pavers the way it was before he touched them. Any advice is appreciated.