Easement is to the property behind us. The property is primarily woods and pasture area not used. The people who own that land do not use the easement properly and go through out property as an "easier" route. We would like to terminate the easement but are unsure if that's possible.
Excepting and reserving therefrom all that certain piece or parcel of land set forth in a deed from the grantors herein to John smith which premises are a portion of within described premises and are described in a map referenced in the deed from Mr Jones to John Smith
Adjoining landowners are entitled to adjacent and subjacent support of their real property. But to prove this Tort will be difficult. Some type of engineer will be a necessary expert witness here. Also contractors will have to testify as to the costs of restoring the land, that is a large part...Read more »
The rule of law in Puerto Rico grants you a full year after your purchase of the real estate property, to request the courts to evict the people who have invaded your property. Also, the seller may be responsible for clearing the property out before the sale. You may need to bring him/her/they into...Read more »
I live in Frederick county Maryland and our municipal code states that only female chickens are permitted; no roosters. There is a rooster at my local animal shelter that I have grown quite found of. I was wondering if there are any ways to get around this rule prohibiting them. Could registering... Read more »
Kinda like asking if there’s a way around speed limits because, well, you are fond of driving fast and speed is emotionally calming to you. If there’s no exception in the law that prohibits roosters, which I have not looked up, then there’s no way around it. Areas are zoned as farmland and...Read more »
So you're talking about theft of your timber? If so, the options would be to call the police to initiate criminal charges and/or to file suit for your economic losses. Don't know why you think being landlocked is an issue.
Nothing stops him from asking. Work it out with the neighbors, or get a boundary survey to confirm where the property lines are, and then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the survey plat and advise you of your options.
If you mean you directly sent an email to someone about your legal issue, you cannot re-contact that person by posting to the Justia site. You instead must contact that person directly. Or do you instead mean you previously posted your issue on the Justia site but no one responded? If you mean...Read more »
Our neighbor is suing us for cutting down trees on "his" land, which is actually our land. (He is also suing us for a 30 x 330 ft portion of our land by claiming squatters rights as well as emotional damage etc. Its a disaster.) But I thought that if someone cut down trees on your land... Read more »
Generally, both the land owner and the logger can be held liable under the described circumstances. The issue, however is complex in your case because there is a dispute with your neighbor regarding who is claiming ownership of the property where the trees are located. But, to answer your...Read more »
private road in a community with an hoa that does not collect dues or enforce ccr's, road has a not a county maintained road sign on it. Fence went up in 2002 and the posts have not been moved since along with landscaping and improvements retaining walls and concrete.
Dear HOA Member: My best recommendation in these situations is to obtain the names and email addresses of all the members of the HOA. Then notify them that you would like to call a Special Meeting (or, alternatively, ask the Board to call a Special Meeting if a Board is in place). The agenda for...Read more »
Greetings. We are trying to start a church and at present do not have enough funds to purchase land/property on which to worship. Are we able to open and operate a brewery for the purpose of raising these funds (and later supporting ourselves, to help alleviate the burden of donating from... Read more »
hehe, Let me see if I get this. You want to open a tax-exempt Church of the Boozin' Bro's so you and the assembled spiritual can brew beer the way God intended it: tax-free. And, even though the Whiskey Rebellion started off this great nation right here in good ol' Virginny,...Read more »
I would first suggest that you talk to your neighbor, who has the offending light. This may save you lots of time, trouble, and it is the right thing to do. . . if possible. I would like a more complete description of the light, the timing of it and other relative details, like whether...Read more »
This truck has been sitting in my parking spot for a long time on my property. I havent made the payment in over a month. I haven't been contacted via email,text, call, or mail. I'm wondering if it would be possible to keep the truck after it been there for so long. (Storage lien or... Read more »
The previous homeowner passed 4 years ago and the home has remained empty. The next of kin have shown no interest in the property. Can a neighbor care for the property (agricultural and house) and become the owner using an adverse possession claim?
Recording the Deed and paying Taxes on the property would be required. Someone else may be claiming ownership, so your Deed may be Champertous. Hire a competent attorney to search the Title and cure yours if possible.
... where they want to , using county road right away in Roger's county oklahoma, then threatened me with sherriff to have me removed for voicing my opinion. It's not right, not fair, is this a law that just tramples the rights of property owner and not the fairly takes in account... Read more »
Utility easements are often written into the legal description of the land. Additionally, even if not, but they have record of the utility easement and that can be proven (which from my experience they usually have their information together before doing any work) - then yes they can without...Read more »
I bought some land in sec 2 t12north range 16 west also except north 250ft and 110ft w. Seller deeded all of property to me. Year later I deeded south half back. New owner had servey done and south half has 4.72 acres and north half is smaller. Records show that the qauerter quarter section has... Read more »
Lived there since 2013, but never said a word. Now, after cutting all the plants she had, she claims part of my fence was in her property. I paid for a survey and indeed a portion is, which means i would have to tear all lighting, palms, etc. Does the adverse possession law apply since she never... Read more »
You might check with both the surveyor, the land records office in the circuit court, or the police. Removal of a surveyor's stake is often a criminal act, though removal is often overlooked if it was out of ignorance, and the surveyor might return, re-place the stake, and send the bill to the...Read more »
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