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0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Agricultural Law and Civil Litigation for Arkansas on
Q: Purchased property to build home.Cows are on the property we have asked the Owner to remove cows he wont.what can we do?

Paid for Title research…Warranty Deed no Lease found on file.

Contacted him verbally to remove cattle several times.

Need cows to be removed to finish construction on house and barn.

Cows are damaging work site and personal property (horse trailer)

Cows relieve... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law for Florida on
Q: I work in agriculture, not on a farm and im not being compensated for working over 40+ hours worked. Isnt it federal?

I work 16 hour days away from the farm installing plants. I never received overtime pay on anything.

0 Answers | Asked in Public Benefits, Agricultural Law and Animal / Dog Law for Colorado on
Q: In public programs I.e. SNAP determinations can SDIT costs be deducted from eligibility the same as a trained SD?

I know after training, all costs for SD is deductible from state services as SNAP. In Colorado, is this also for SDIT as it is stated concerning “any programs, services, or activities conducted by a public entity (human services).

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Agricultural Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Does electric company has 100% approval to clear cut the easement of trees if for 50 Years they have been trimming
Charles Watts
Charles Watts
answered on May 19, 2022

If they have a utility easement then yes they can clear the trees out.

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law and Land Use & Zoning for Georgia on
Q: Can local government regulate agricultural practices or livestock husbandry on any private property, or not?

Subsection "A" in relations to Subsection "B"

2020 Georgia Code

Title 2 - Agriculture

Chapter 1 - General Provisions

§ 2-1-6. Preemption of Local Ordinances Relating to Production of Agricultural or Farm Products

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law and Business Law for Iowa on
Q: Where can I find the laws on manufacturing and selling for on site consumption of mead?

I'm trying to start a mead tavern in iowa but I can't seem to find the laws regarding making and selling mead to sell bottles that people can take home and also run a tap where people can drink on the same premises it is made.

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Real Estate Law and Tax Law for Tennessee on
Q: Greenbelt laws

If a property was purchased on the 90’s that was in n the greenbelt, I’m what situations could it be taken off of the greenbelt and the property tax costs go back up to normal price.

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Foreclosure, Real Estate Law and Agricultural Law for Tennessee on
Q: Do all interested parties have to be notified by certified mail before a tax sale?

Property was purchased in the 90’s on the greenbelt clause, last year we were cutting timber and we’re told by some cops we had to stop because we didn’t own the property. We were never notified of the change to the greenbelt clause, the tax sale, or the county suit.

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law and Environmental for Arkansas on
Q: Are there specific laws against developing areas along the Mulberry River

Are there any ordinances prohibiting development along the Mulberry River in Arkansas

Q: My boss put a ring motion censored audio/visual camera in shipping office without consent, he admitted it was for me

This camera send notifications to his phone whenever the sensor is activated. In midst of an altercation with him he admitted to placing that camera there specifically for me even though there are many people who work in that office I just happen to work alone on night shift. He has stooped as low... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Apr 13, 2022

There are laws against recording people on cameras without their knowledge, but assuming that you knew about it, your boss doesn't need your permission.

3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Agricultural Law and Environmental for Texas on
Q: I got a warning but no citation, do I have to appear in court?

I got a warning from a TPWD Game Warden for no hunter's safety certificate. I was told to email proof of completion to the local judge and the issue would be resolved, i wouldn't have to appear in court (I have already done so). There is a handwritten appearance date at the bottom, what do I do?

Penny Wymyczak-White
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Penny Wymyczak-White
answered on Mar 20, 2022

Call the court and make sure that you don't have to appear

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1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Civil Litigation and Small Claims for Alabama on
Q: If someone is driving by my house blowing train horns repeatedly is it against the law and what can I do about it?

Someone who doesn’t like me comes by my house regularly and blows train horns that he has hooked up to his truck and recently spooked my horse. My horse ran into the side of our barn due to this. We’ve reported him to the police for running me off the road and harassment but they say there is... Read more »

Nelson Craig Johnson
Nelson Craig Johnson
answered on Jan 19, 2022

You can look into if your city or county has a local noise ordinance, but if the police refuse to enforce it that may be a problem. You may want to call the city attorney or district attorney to discuss the matter.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Agricultural Law on
Q: During a storm, my neighbour's tree blew down severely damaging the entrance gate to a field I own.

He has paid for a replacement but who now owns the original, damaged gate?

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Jan 6, 2022

In most States the original owner still owns that personal property, junk or not. Since the neighbor paid for a new one, you might want to offer the destroyed gate to him. Especially since you did not have to sue him or make an insurance claim.

Q: Looking for my uncla money I'm not able to access
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Dec 7, 2021

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1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law and Civil Rights for Tennessee on
Q: Need an explanation of this code.

I cuRecently own 16 acres in Tennessee and want to know if we are able to apply for a farm exemption

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Nov 30, 2021

Do not know what a "farm exemption" is. But you probably mean you want to put the land in the Greenbelt. Go to your Tax Assessor and get the form. Carefully read it, then execute and file it with the Assessor. If not approved, there is not much you can do with only 16 acres,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Agricultural Law and Land Use & Zoning for Florida on
Q: Do the 7yrs in adverse possession claim in Florida starts the date of actual possession or the date you file the claim?
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Nov 19, 2021

The date of actual possession.

You refer to Florida Statute 95.18 Real property actions; adverse possession without color of title (one of the two adverse possession statutes in Florida):

"(1) When the possessor has been in actual continued possession of real property for 7...
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