They could, as a general rule based on the doctrine of necessity. But arrangements could also vary by region, community, or individual relationships. Sometimes, large property owners (such as on ranches, farms, etc.) even provide permission for resources, such as water, to be used. The arrangements...Read more »
A Texas attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you contacted a few local attorneys, they could probably outline for you the liabilities and repercussions before you, as well as your rights. You could also explore what options are available to stop...Read more »
We were changing oil on my sons truck in the driveway. placed the oil in a container you buy at autozone or oreily auto. We left it under the truck and had a heavy downpour of rain the next couple of days. Not knowing that the rain either knocked the container over or filled up the container and... Read more »
I do not practice in Texas, but your question remains open for four weeks. Homeowner policies can have exclusions for environmental claims, and auto policies could limit their coverage to matters related to the use and operation of a motor vehicle. You could show your policies to a Texas attorney...Read more »
This is not something you can do on your own. You will need to contact an attorney who specializes in these kinds of claims. They will retain engineering experts to investigate the causal connection between the nearby company and your water well. The experts will test your water and attempt to...Read more »
It is a reference to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 15.17 which discusses the procedure for taking an arrested person to a magistrate judge. There was a Texas case called Rothgery v. Gillespie County that went all the way to the United States Supreme Court that is directly on-point with regard...Read more »
If it rises to the level of a private or public nuisance, he may not. The governing principle here is that it may not substantially interfere with your use or enjoyment of the land.
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