I live on a dead end drive out in the county, very last house, there are 2 other neighbors that we all share the drive way. Our property has been there since 1967, long before the other 2 houses where added to the drive. My neighbors dog has inflicted $6,000 in damages to my vehicle by just driving... View More
The property is owned by a conservation company and they kept doing work every dear season and they always told us they was done but then would do more work at inconvenient times. We didnt sign a contract this year but i had sent a check to secure the property. Things went south and we pulled out.... View More
You must search your title first, then the tower's. If no conveyances or easements are found benefitting the cell people, then hire a very competent KY attorney to sue for Ejectment, Trespass, Breach of Warranties, amongst other causes of actions. The road may be a Prescriptive Easement...View More
The neighboring apartment building the one directly beside mine. As I was doing so a couple of the people over there came out cussing me trying to fight me saying I was trespassing. I kept walking saying i was sorry I didn’t know and didn’t mean to upset anyone, while they continued to... View More
Technically it could be considered criminal trespass in the third degree if there are clear signs that this is private property or that you are in a housing development or section 8. If you were not charged by the police you likely don’t have anything to worry about.
If a neighboring property deed from 1908 has reference to bearings in an original survey in 1863, should any surveys performed thereafter be performed using the magnetic north declination in that same year? If a new survey was performed in 2011 using 1983 bearings and caused a defect in my new... View More
Declination is always a problem that is rarely addressed until a surveyor gets cross examined. Apparently it is the adjoining property's calls with the 1863 bearings, not yours. You and your predecessors have probably acquiesced to a ascertainable boundary over the years, and you probably...View More
For a license she said that county doesn’t approve those yet but multiple people have Airbnb’s there they just “look the other way.” So my question is from a legal standpoint what documents and insurance would I need at this point and how do taxes work for this situation so I won’t get in... View More
Our deed and pictures showed 3.7 acres, with a creek and a waterfall. Well we had our property survided so that we could put a fence up. Well we just got our report and it only was surveyed at 2.4 acres. We feel we were misrepresented. Do we have any legal rights?
It is not clear who is trying to "take" your property and how. If the government wants to take your land, it will have to pay you just compensation under the Fifth Amendment. The government's power to do this is called eminent domain. To learn more about eminent domain visit...View More
Generally the rules of res judicata and collateral estoppel would prevent the government for trying to litigate the same issues more than once.
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