Q: Well house building dispute. Can we take quiet title or take adverse possession?
Five cottages which all used to be rentals until 1967 are only buildings hooked to the well house building which has its own address and bills come to me. A neighbor bought a cottage next door to it (which is not hooked up to the well house), yet wants access to it. He says building is on his property. I have been in possession of the building and maintenance of it for over 20 years. And have locked everyone out of it since 2014
One other cottage neighbor who is hooked up to it had control of it and the bills before me for over 20 years also. Building has a business address 6603 and only 5 cottages split costs of anything to do with building since 1967
There is nothing showing that I can find of it ever deeded to the 5 cottages. Nobody has ever given me permission or denied me permission to be in the building and putting locks on it. There are no documentation’s of this fact at the county or ever served to me or any owner hooked to it. This person just bought cottage in Aug 2022
You need a local real estate attorney to review all the facts and provide you advice. That is not something that can be provided in a forum like this.
Seriously — this is FAR more complicated than can be accommodated in a public forum. You need to hire an attorney!
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