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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Agricultural Law, Energy, Oil and Gas and Environmental for Kentucky on
Q: Does electric company have the right to come on my KY farm & cut blueberry bushes. Can't find any easement back to 1961.

Not recorded on my deed and I searched back to 1961.

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jan 12, 2023

I’d search it back further than 1961, but if there’s no easement, they have no right to enter or use your property.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Agricultural Law for Kentucky on
Q: City passed a new ordinance a year after I have owned chickens and are saying I have to get rid of them am I grandfather

I’ve lived there for three years and owned chickens they whole three years and are now telling me I have to get rid of them new ordinance passed may 2nd this year

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Aug 25, 2022

One would need to see the ordinance and it’s history to properly answer this question.

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

What is your question?

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: Should employers be able to terminate your employment based on your social media postings? How's this right or wrong?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on May 2, 2020

You pose an interesting question, but the response would largely be a matter of personal opinion. You could pose the question to employment attorneys, as they would have the most insight into this issue, more so than attorneys practicing in internet law and agricultural law. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Agricultural Law and Animal / Dog Law for Kentucky on
Q: Defense of Domestic Animal.

I have been combing through the laws when it comes to force and deadly force against a dog attacking my dog. I have found two statues but need further help.

KRS 258.253 (1) Any person, without liability, may kill or seize any dog which is observed attacking any person. But only in the... View More

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Feb 8, 2020

Your analysis is correct. The first statute applies only to people. The second one applies to animals, although if there is justification for doing do, it would probably protect you against a civil claim.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Agricultural Law, Federal Crimes and Small Claims for Kentucky on
Q: Clerk sent my court mail to the wrong side of the country? Utah, aware I live in KY where I was served?

Initially was served a court SC summons, from Oklahoma I reside in KY, postpone 1 apprencd Clerk said mail the next court date, Never receiving and notification, ie letter, certified or any I found out later I got a judgment and my property (horses) signed over which she had sold prior to court..... View More

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Mar 18, 2019

Make a motion to set the judgment aside and show the judge all the erroneous addresses in your file.

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