I'm sorry. This question makes no sense at all. You need to retain someone to help you write a question. I do not understand how the concept of a work permit interconnects with the concept of adverse possession. You need a work permit to perform certain types of work on real estate, and you...Read more »
By “campuses,” I’m going to assume you are referring to the common use of the word referring to the collected buildings of a university, college, or other openly used area of property in which a large community collects for an educational or other purpose. If that is so, then you are there...Read more »
Squatting is a slang term for the legal status of Adverse Possession. Anything to do with Trespassing is not Adverse Possession because the Defendant is cognizant that someone else is entitled to exclusive possession of the premises.
It sounds as though you have a "prescriptive easement" based on continuous uninterrupted use, openly and notoriously, for more than 20 years. Alternatively, you may have a right to an easement by necessity, if there is no other way to access the rear of your property (although you could...Read more »
In my property on the right side there is a 10 ft driveway and also pipe line at the beginning of this 10 ft area this water pipe belongs to my house and it’s on the survey, but now a days my neighbor is using the area as a parking lot for his cars, when I talked to him he said this 10 ft area... Read more »
I have water leaking into my city basement home. I have done numerous repairs and attempts to lead the water away from my home but realize that I cannot control this without the city properly maintaining their alley. The cement alley has numerous cracks throughout and has an old... Read more »
You need to start with a title search to determine whether the alley is owned by the city or whether the city merely has an easement to it. You then need to determine who has the duty to maintain, and whether you have the right to make the repair yourself. If the responsibility belongs to the city,...Read more »
What Regards That You Don't Have To Pay Just Compensation As A LLC / Individual / Private Company Non Profit Company..... As In Thing That Regard Regard Tax Exempt Is It Just As In That Thing That Regard ( Tax Exempt )
Eminent domain is subject to the requirements of local statutes and ordinances that provide the payment formula. There are appraisers that deal with condemnation appraisals. And if you and the condemning authority cannot agree, you can take a case to trial in a circuit court where a jury will set...Read more »
You have the concept reversed. Eminent domain is the right of the sovereign to take private land after paying reasonable compensation. It is limited to legitimate public purposes. You can’t exercise eminent domain unless you are a government.
Unless you are a governmental agency you do not have the authority to file an eminent domain action. If you want to challenge an existing eminent domain action against your property you would file your challenge in the same court where the case was started.
He made another neighbor cut off about a two-foot section of their driveway because it was on his road. He is refusing access to this road. It is classified as a Right-of-way. He says he has a lawyer and is trying to make neighbors sign a form saying they will remove all encroachments and not... Read more »
To the question "How can I find out who legal owner of [a particular road or property] is?" A survey and/or a title search can usually answer the question. A title search goes through the land records and can reveal whether someone lawfully owns X sq. feet of land or show whether or...Read more »
For example, a company purchases and owns a 200 acre property, does every shareholder of this company have the right to use the property, just like if an individual owns it? Will they be considered as owners of the land to camp, hunt, fish and other outdoor activities on the land?
A corporation is like a separate person. The fact that you have rights in the person does not give you rights in its property. Those rights are defined by corporate law, the articles of incorporation, the bylaws, and any applicable contracts
I had to leave a lease early for medical and the landlord got a judgement for $10,000. they garnished a personal bank account but did not garnish my business account. I am filing an objection to MD code § 11-504 but am not due why they only tried for personal. an I object to the business... Read more »
Unless your business is a separate entity--like a corporation or LLC--and is on the written lease as a tenant the landlord cannot go after the business. However, if your business is merely a sole proprietorship (not incorporated) the business might be liable. In either event, do not raise issues...Read more »
If it's legally parked on a public street, there's nothing you can do in the absence of a specific local ordinance that prohibits vehicles from remaining in place without moving for a specified period time. If the tags are expired or you have other reason to believe the vehicle is...Read more »
Your best approach is probably a lawsuit for nuisance against the developer. It is a complex area of law, and it will require expert testimony and legal fees, but, if you can show actual, pecuniary damages, you will be protecting your property and may get repaid. If the county refuses to cite the...Read more »
we had a home built and moved in 5/4/17. It has been a nightmare! less than 60 days moving in there were two cracks in the exterior foundation and several in the basement floor foundation. where the walls meet to a corner in the house they are are all splitting/ separating and rows of nails... Read more »
You posted this as a Maryland question, but you appear to be from Virginia. I've handled cases of this type in both states, and the remedies are different. Either way, you are looking for a remedy of much more than the $10,000 lot premium if this was a violation of the Maryland or Virginia...Read more »
UPDATE IN CAPS! About 4 weeks after the closing the settlement attorney called stating we owed an additional 5% transfer tax totaling $34k related to a rezoning in 1985. We had no idea AND THERE WAS NO WAY OF KNOWING SINCE THERE WAS NO LIEN, NO NOTICE, NO NOTATION OR ANY INDICATION THAT THERE WAS... Read more »
The tax was imposed against the property in 1985, so you cannot blame the settlement company for the tax. As sellers, it is also your obligation to transfer the property free and clear of all past due taxes and liens, which having failed to do, you are in breach and the buyers can sue to rescind...Read more »
The rules vary from county to county - the county code will have details on when a building permit is required, or you could call the office of building inspections and permits in the county where your property is located.
If a home is "falling apart" and housing animals or conditions hazardous to health, a neighbor can contact the local health department and ask them to investigate code violations. A private citizen does not have the power to condemn a property but they can file a complaint with the...Read more »
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