The first question you have to answer is whether New Mexico treats an "arroyo" as a "watercourse" or as a mere "drainway" for precipitation. Most states disallow blockage of a "watercourse" (bed, banks and reasonably consistent source of water) unless...Read more »
My mother is now residing in MO with another brother who has been trying to get my CA brother to move the trailer off of the lot for years. What can he do to compel our brother to move the trailer? Can he file any document and publish a notice in a local legal publication? Then have it removed... Read more »
I keep having people from gas company, electric company and construction company trample trees and shrubs without permission. have posted before but they remove them and do it anyway....what can I do? please help
You need to take action at the time you know it happens. Log the date, write down what they did and photograph the damage. Then send a demand letter to the company that is destroying your property or stealing your sign and tell them to cease and desist and that if they continue you will file a...Read more »
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