§4-142. Fence repair.All partition fences shall be kept in good repair throughout the year, unless the owners on both sides otherwise agree in writing.R.L. 1910, § 160.
§4-143. Commons - Owners not required to fence - Lands enclosed or used otherwise than as commons - Duty to fence.Any person not wishing his land enclosed, and not occupying or using it otherwise than as commons, shall not be compelled to contribute to erect or maintain any fence between him and an adjacent owner; but when he encloses or uses his land otherwise than as a commons, he shall contribute to the partition fences as in this article provided.
R.L. 1910, § 161.
§4-146. Joinder to partition fence - Payment for or rebuilding of half of fence.When land which has lain unenclosed is enclosed the owner thereof, before he join to any partition fence, already erected, shall pay for one-half (½) of each partition fence between his lands and the adjoining lands, the value to be ascertained by the fence viewers, and if he neglects for thirty (30) days after notice and demand to pay the same, the party to whose fence he joins may recover as before provided, or such person, enclosing such land, may, at his election, rebuild and make one-half (½) of the fence, and if he neglects so to do for two (2) months after making such election, he shall be liable as above provided.R.L. 1910, § 164.
§4-147. Recorded fence division - Effect on owners and successors.When a division of fence between the owners of improved land shall have been made, either by fence viewers or agreement in writing, and is recorded in the office of the county clerk of the county where the lands are, the owners and their heirs and assigns shall be bound thereby, and shall support them accordingly.R.L. 1910, § 165.
It's Still the Law, In Oklahoma
A chronicle of laws you still have to obey, in the Sooner State.