Bronx, NY asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Real Estate Law for New York

Q: Relatives not heirs, invades and builds a house on a land that belong to senior heirs living in PR w/out permission

One or two bully relatives in Camuy Puerto Rico, not heirs, invaded and started to build on land that belong to disable senior heirs w/out their permissions; Three of the heirs died, one lives in NY, and the other 2 seniors own homes and lived on that land for years. Eventhough the senior heirs have a Declaracion de Herederos, what can they do to assert their rights in getting these invaders off their property? Are there any reputable lawyers in NY that practice in both NY and Puerto Rico that handles these type of cases without the heir flying back and forth? Thank you!

1 Lawyer Answer
Elaine Shay
Elaine Shay
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A: Since the property is in Puerto Rico, you should post your question in an area with attorneys from that jurisdiction.

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