Take photos, get a surveyor to mark the boundary, get an arborist to determine the value of trees lost and cost of replacement, and cost to replace fence. Contact your insurance agent, ask your neighbor to pay your monetary damages, and use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to...Read more »
Absolutely! The deed, when filed with the County Clerk, is the first and only proof of your "title" to the land. The whole idea of having Title to land is that Title grants you status. That status gives you all the rights of ownership to the land. Most importantly it gives you the right...Read more »
Corpus Christi code enforcement flagged my property today because of litter and debris in the alley abutting my property. They told me it was my responsibility to clean and mow the alley. As far as I know, the alley is city property. It is only used by homeless vagrants. That is not my trash and... Read more »
Original easement back in 30's and 49's covered the whole quarter section, they are going to put a new pipeline in the west 1/2 of the 1/4 section - which is over 500 feet from the other pipelines. We feel we should be compensated as this would be a new easement and we should be... Read more »
I am fruitlessly dealing with an abandoned vehicle having a good cell phone number for the owner and this vehicle parked on the public roadway (parked likely in an easement just off of the main road). I don't believe it is parked on my private adjacent parcel. As recent as yesterday, I left... Read more »
The managers in the work program man have stole all my stuff then I got me to the other building they change my rent to $1,000 or $37,000 I they won't take me to court and I can't get nobody help me how to build a change my property my unit told me I wasn't the owner but they... Read more »
I am the owner of the servient estate which has an easement for ingress/egress. The owner of the dominant estate plans on bringing in surveyors to stake the easement, and then an excavation company to re-grade an unpermitted road on the easement. Do I have the right to require the dominant estate... Read more »
You definitely have rights. An easement does not give the owner of the dominant estate unilateral authority nor does he have the right to work outside of the permitting process. If you are not able to have a reasonable conversation with this party you should get an attorney involved to assist you...Read more »
Plaintiff (Paralegal Self) Limited Time 10 days. Hostile Defendant filed Demurrer and Motion to Strike. He placed padlock on gate across a landlocked parcel refusing to allow my access to easement. Easement recorded with deed and runs with land 1965. Do I file an amended complaint, request... Read more »
I am preparing a pro se petition against my local Vermont officials for violations of my constitutional rights. The Town ignored my complaints about a citizen with strong political connections. I requested official examination of the process and the procedures used by town officials in allowing a... Read more »
3 rivers won't help says conflict of int. I bought shed from a family member that doesn't live on property and I have been paying rent since Jan 2019 w/no complaint. It has electric and water. She let a granddaughter, kids, & her boyfriend move a shed & camper here and they made a... Read more »
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