When they are outside, they bark continuously. Every time we go outside we have dogs barking at us. We have complained to the township trustees, and have even called the sheriff a couple times. The only answer we get is there is no law governing this. The only thing the township told me is that... Read more »
Have you talked to the neighbors about it? If there is no local ordinance, then your options are limited. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who can review the facts and discuss filing a nuisance lawsuit. But neighbor problems are difficult to resolve, and can escalate,...Read more »
I have a 125cc dirtbike that cannot go really fast. I live in a pretty laxed equestrian neighborhood. The roads are gravel with no line markings or anything, but isn't rural. I am very confused on the laws in my neighborhood. There is no sign that specifically targets golf carts, but a street sign... Read more »
If you are living in a legal apartment, then you may be entitled to reallocation fees. In the state of New Jersey reallocation fees are your monthly rent times 6. I highly recommend you consult with an attorney trained in the area of landlord tenant. My office offers a free no obligation...Read more »
You can make an offer now, while both own it. But it will not be simple, as you need a survey, and may possibly have to work out an easement. You need a title search first. After you do all this, the conveyance may not be made.
The condominium docs specifically state "each of the units shall be used and occupied only as a single family residential dwelling by the unit owner, members of his family, his guests, invitees, and lessees and, in the case of lessees, their families, guests, and invitees. Numerous owners who rent... Read more »
The definition should be in the documents. But it appears that the quoted language contains inherent ambiguity. The association needs to look into clarifying the documents, if possible. If that's not possible, litigation might be in order.
Looks like you will receive a citation. If it was a protected area could be citations on that as well. If it was an area around a military facility you may have additional charges it it was posted as a restricted area.
Absolutely. A TN Registered Licensed Land Surveyor has a License to allow him to survey virtually anywhere in TN. He is not trespassing. Obviously every landowners' property has common corners to someone else's land.
They all gave us the go ahead. We checked the Lebanon County, PA rules and there were none. We had a company come out and start to install our fence (vinyl 6ft high) to be served with a cease and desist from developers who sold the land to the builder. The builder didn’t disclose the deed... Read more »
This, among other reasons, is why people should have lawyers when they buy houses. A competent lawyer would have asked the title company for copies of the restrictions, and you would have then known what they were. However, you may have a legitimate beef with your title company for not providing...Read more »
While trying to install a sewage system my town lost money on two occasions by hiring companies that didn't finish the job. So to make up for this loss they force you to hook up to their sewage , charge a seemingly large amount every month for doing so, and if you get behind disconnect you, add a... Read more »
I was pulled over by Millbrook city officer after I had crossed under the interstate 65 exchange and beyond the first red light you come to when you cross into Prattville on highwAy 14.he pulled behind me at the red light and when the light turned green turned on the blue lights.I don't believe he... Read more »
Venue is the legal term for where a legal case can be tried. If the crime and arrest were outside the city limits jurisdiction of the Millbrook officer, then your criminal lawyer can file an appropriate motion to dismiss the charge for improper venue.
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... Read more »
A prescriptive easement exists and a new property owner fenced the easement. Can the new property owner legally fence off the easement? Three other access roads exist, however, none of them are in good condition and are longer. Can the new owner be forced to remove the fence? And do the other... Read more »
This is not a question that can be easily answered here. The answer depends upon many facts that were not included in your fact summary, including but not limited to the history of the easement that has been fenced off. I strongly recommend that you have this matter reviewed by a real estate...Read more »
Recently I received an email from a paralegal asking if I’d recieved a check. A PDF was attached with a partition sale documents showing my final proceeds to be about 1.5% of my perceived value of the land that had been in my family for decades; after expenses. About 2 years ago my 2 sisters has... Read more »
It is unlikely that you can reverse the process at this late stage, and it will be useful to understand why you ignored the issue so long. But, in many circumstances, Virginia law in partition rulings is not final for two years after the final order. That might help, but you need to start...Read more »
My mother is the last living sibling and her father has a piece if property in Puerto Rico. My mother only knows the name of the area. How can I find out where it is and include that info in her will that we are trying to draft.
I own several acres of land. The neighbor behind me has 40. He uses an easment on my property to get to his land. He wants to subdivide his land. That would make the traffic on my land much busier and from what I understand I am responsible for maintaining the easement. Is there anything I can do... Read more »
Start by checking what type of easement he has and whether it gives him the right to subdivide his land and keep the same easement. I'm surprised he's not responsible to maintain the easement. You may want to take the deed regarding the easement to an attorney to review.
Greetings. This appears to be a scrivener's error. You will need an attorney to reform the document. The attorney will file an action in court asking the court to determine whether 10 or 20 feet was intended by the parties that created the easement. The Town will be joined as a party to the...Read more »
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